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1712, 2017

Herding Dogs as Therapy Dogs

Herding Dogs as Therapy Dogs After spending ten years looking for the perfect breed of dog to be a therapy dog, I decided on a McNab Shepherd. The McNab is a herding dog, which can actually make for a very good therapy dog because of their attentive and sweet nature. When we think [...]

1512, 2017

Abuse in Relationships

Abuse in Relationships That there are different types of abuse that occur in relationships many of which cause couples to seek counseling. You may be psychologically, physically, and/or sexually mistreated. All kinds of abuse ought to be given serious attention as horrible effects can happen from any kind of abuse. Emotional abuse [...]

2211, 2017

Psychotherapy and Prolonged Grief Disorder

Psychotherapy and Prolonged Grief Disorder Grief is one not only one the sadness and lowest points in a person’s life, it can also be the most disabling. In the past few decades, researchers have diligently been examining the difficulty many people have processing grief and have discovered that around 10 percent of people [...]

2510, 2017

Grief and Terminal Illness

Grief and Terminal Illness As modern medicine has made huge advances the process of death itself has changed. It has been transformed from an often sudden event into a lengthy process that begins with a terminal diagnosis. The diagnosis along with its subsequent prognosis is many times the beginning of a long, protracted [...]

310, 2017

Contempt in Relationships

Contempt in Relationships Anger is a normal part of every relationship, whether it is between partners, family, friendships, or work relationships. Still, anger that accumulates and remains unprocessed becomes contempt, something much more corrosive and dangerous to all relationship. When contempt shows up in a relationship, it’s as if the grave is being [...]

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