PTSD

Ways to Reduce Travel Stress

  While some people are happy to go with the flow when they are traveling, for others it can prove to be a highly stressful experience. If you are in the latter camp, the following blog post highlights a few ways to reduce feelings of travel stress and stay calm while you are on your …

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Breathing Techniques to Help Anxiety

  Anxiety disorders affect 40 million adults in the United States. Although they’re treatable, only 37 percent of those suffering receive treatment, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.   Anxiety comes with many physical symptoms, including chest pain, dizziness, and brain fog. A panic attack or anxiety episode can be scary and …

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Attorney at Paw By Diane Wing

Only Chrissy, a cute little Shih Tzu, can unlock this mystery! Autumn Clarke survived the car crash that killed her parents. To help her cope with PTSD, she adopts Chrissy, a Shih Tzu with a remarkable secret. Chrissy is also the only witness to the mysterious death of her pet parent. Autumn vows to find …

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CBD: What is it?

  Did you know that our bodies have cannabinoid receptors? They are on immune cells in our blood, on our nerves, our spinal cords, and almost every cell in our brain. We even have these receptors in our skin.  If we have all these receptors that means our bodies must be created to receive cannabis. There is an …

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What Lies Beneath the Facade of Faces

We only see what we are shown but underneath there is a struggle, a battle that we don’t show to the world. Many of us have been taught through shame not to reveal our secrets, not to let people know our struggles for fear we will be judged as not good enough, not ‘normal’. Stigmatized by society as well as our own families not to reveal what is seen as weakness, illness, disease, less than, inadequate, or different.