Over the last year, Sparky and other prominent members of the pet community offered tips on easing stress with a woof of humor, a bark of insight and a paw shake of fun. In this final summary post, blog authors Jessica Loftus and Jack Murray highlight their favorite writings.
Penelope, the gray queen cat who served her master brought her aging owner much joy during the last few months of his life. Read how she stood by him for ten hours after he fell.
It’s the beginning of the fall semester at school. During my first class in World History, the professor hands out the course syllabus on which appears that most daunting of assignments, a RESEARCH PAPER . . . a 15-page typed RESEARCH PAPER. . . formatted in MLA style . . . with a minimum of five academic references (no blog posts or Wikipedia entries) . . . due on the last day of the semester at high noon.
Learn simple strategies to ease stress while recovering from an addiction. Not only will these reduce the likelihood of relapse, but they will also help to promote a clean, sober lifestyle.
The Fourth of July may be a favorite holiday for most Americans, but it can be a terrifying time of year for the family dog. The sound of fireworks exploding fills Fido with anxiety which will add to your stress. Here are tips to ease your pet’s stress along with your own.
Most people who seek mental-health services wish to alleviate their suffering, a common cause of stress. However, suffering can serve as the springboard for profound growth and change. Learn nine psychological benefits which can be derived from suffering.
Although I reigned as queen of my owner’s manor, I served him by easing his stress. Here are a few of my tips for improving the quality of humans’ lives.
While facing her imminent death from lung cancer, a narcissistic mother reflected on her life. During her final hours of fearing eternal damnation, she confessed her many failures as a mother while she revealed insights into her tortured mind.