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She has arthritis in her hips and lower back, so previously would do “pull ups” to get onto things and had limited mobility. She gets two drops with each meal and is back to being spry and jumping about; unfortunately also meaning she has no issue getting back on the table and counters where she doesn’t belong.
Peggy McIntosh’s 1988 “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” is a great starting tool on privilege; highly recommend white people read all 50.
Yep. Cat gets CBD for arthritis; dog gets CBD for occasional anxiety.
Consider donating to an international Dog Rescue, and to organizations that specifically help Indian pariah / street dogs.
Thomas Pierce’s Shirley Temple Three!!!!!!!!!!!!
Worth reading the videophone excerpt from David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest: http://declineofscarcity.com/?page_id=2527
Belle & Sebastian’s “Perfect Couples”
Isn’t Who Can Kill a Child Spanish?
Anyone familiar with a similar app on Android?
I'll also add that I read A General Theory of Love and appreciated a scientific reasoning of why we develop and maintain certain patterns in our brains / relationships.
No intention on leaving therapy any time soon; just could use some soothing on the analytic side of my brain.
Definitely staying in therapy for the long haul; have just found myself in a particularly rough spot and my analytic side could use some solace in this area.
To be fair, I suppose there's an art to the voice message as well that people notoriously lack, and this is true both professionally and personally. I receive long-winded messages all the time that I have to listen to over and over in an attempt to write down what the person is trying to tell / ask of me. (And then I…
Very Gone With the Wind of them.
Same boat - left an Ohio town for Seattle. There are some states where it's so competitive, or just plain terrible trying to get a job that it's almost always a good idea to move.
I'm not a reader of YA, but you fine people at Jezebel got me started on Lizzie Skurnick Books and I just cannot stop. I've become 14-year-old me again being all pushy on library day waiting to pick up my books.
My father was a paratrooper in Italy and every day a little, stray dog would run onto base and get on planes with the paratroopers. That dog went on an extraordinary amount of jumps, and was fine, and obviously didn't mind at all as he always came running back to the base every morning (of course after safely making…