Posts tagged with: dogs

A very dear friend of mine died suddenly a few days ago, from a massive stroke, leaving everyone who knew him devastated.  He was such a kind, caring man whose legacy will live on through the lives of his children...
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Several years ago I was struggling to balance too many plates, existing, not living.  As a former perfectionist, I would maintain my standards at all cost and the consequence of ignoring my own needs resulted in a severe back problem,...
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  As part of my healing program I read many books, which were a great source of help and support.    One book that clearly stands out is by Cookie Rodriguez entitled Please Make Me Cry. The amazing healing journey...
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  Recently, I have heard several people refer to themselves as being in a dark place and I have also heard both adults and children say that they are fearful about leaving their home and see home as a place...
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The Secret of Getting Ahead is Getting Started- Mark Twain,   I thrive on new projects and I can truly say that I never get bored as there is so much I want to do but because I want everything...
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Over the years I have observed many peoples health problems being improved, and in some cases eradicated, whilst working as a colon hydrotherapist.    Colonic Irrigation hydrates the body by gently introducing filtered water into the colon,which in turn promotes...
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In the last blog I shared with you how Dougall, my two year old Cavachon dog, is providing me with the opportunity to connect to my inner child through helping me achieve a more work life balance by spending more...
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How does the whole concept of the inner child existing within you resonate?    Does this child really exist? Or is it simply a psychological term attempting to explain why many adults exhibit childhood behaviour or suffer from mental illness,...
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How does the whole concept of the inner child existing within you resonate?    Does this child really exist? Or is it simply a psychological term attempting to explain why many adults exhibit childhood behaviour or suffer from mental illness,...
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