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11/25/2010 10:22:31 AM
This Is Me Amanda, hated to hear about your anxiety in public. Many army veterans have begun to utilize pet therapy to calm their private and public anxieties. The dog is trained by professionals to sense human anxiety. When the dog senses shortness of breath or trepidation/fear, it responds with reassuring comfort. The dogs are trained to take the lead when their, human companion is too scared to go around the next corner. This comforting bond allows the anxious person to transfer their fears and security to a trusted companion. This is a form of therapy that you might look into!
10/3/2012 1:44:05 PM
Echoes svlynn18 wrote:
It's buried deep inside me
Feels like know one will ever know,
This ache that starts in my toes,
I'd scream with all my might,
All you'd hear are the echoes

I may smile,
Day by day
Better to be the eagle in the sun
Than drown like a chicken in rain

I thank the above
For pen and paper
Allows me to drain my well
Maybe help someone exfoliate theirshell
edited by svlynn18 on 9/30/2012
10/3/2012 1:48:32 PM
Echoes You probably need to define what "it" is. Is it: pain, loneliness, low self esteem? The last two lines are revealing, and create nice closure!
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