When Kris dies unexpectedly in a motorcycle accident, Teresa and her two high school-aged sons must figure out life as a single mother and fatherless kids. They live on a 12.5-acre ranch in Texas, and keep several pet dogs--none as special as Hans, a brown Doberman that they adopt after Kris's death. Hans's wise brown eyes, which 'peer deeply into your soul,' convince Teresa that he was sent by God to be her personal grief dog. Over the next four years, Hans helps this broken family heal the anger, helplessness, and hopelessness that deep grief causes, teaching them how to forgive, love, and laugh again.
|Publisher:||Forty Acres Press|
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About the Author
Teresa Q. Bitner - PMP, M.Ed., ACC Teresa is a professional coach, speaker, and author specializing in resiliency, change, and loss. She is passionate about partnering with those who have been knocked down by life and want to build resiliency and move forward to a bold life. Teresa has been coaching and mentoring professionals for over 20 years in various roles as an IT software developer, project manager, educator, mentor, and leader. Teresa brings to the coaching relationship many unique and challenging life experiences including career transitions, personal losses of first spouse and mother and forging resiliency amidst chaos. Her company Bold Fulfilled Life Coach helps anyone grieving a loss of any kind to claw their way out of the deep, dark abyss. Teresa is also a wife and the proud mother of two adult sons and two wily dogs, living in Austin, TX.