Good things in life are rarely as fragile as our fears of failure would have us believe.
Today Greta and I are going to guide you through the basics of the therapeutic process as it applies to both humans and dogs. Greta’s hit that “partial therapy crisis” in her own training, and it provides a unique and adorable way for me to share with you some inside information about the often mythicized process of mental health counseling.
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“What do I do with my service dog when I’m on stage?”
As my confidence in our future grows I begin to imagine how Prada fits into each area of my life, and I have suddenly begun to realize just how many bizarre things we humans do. How will Prada make sense of a gym? A public pool? Will she come on stage with me when I sing with my college choir? What about travel? Where is she allowed to go, and where is her access restricted?
Pain is a common contributor to anxiety, after all.
By taking a. Purely bio-chemical approach to vet care, how many years of life are we cheating ourselves out of? How many more griefs over the loss of beloved pets could we avoid?
Ever google “Mindfulness for dogs?” I was surprised by the usefulness of the results. I really wanted a list of bizarre articles about how people tried to teach their dogs to chant “om” or sit with their paws crossed or something like that to share with you, but instead, I found my own experience withContinue reading “The Zen Pup: Mindfulness And Your Dog”
Couples therapy is a place where individuals who have committed to intertwining themselves attempt to unravel knots between them. It can serve a lot of purposes, but one of the primary purposes is that it shows each member of the couple areas in which they need to grow.
It was the most devastating, and inspiring, advice I’d ever heard.