Therapy

22 Apr 19
Biblio-therapy

By Michelle Markowitz and Caroline Moss After all my recent disappointments, I decided to go with a book with zero male voices at all. Hey Ladies! started as a randomly occurring column on the late, lamented Toast. It was one of my favorites – just a series of emails from the most vapid group of […]

22 Apr 19
The IV Lounge Blog

Get your #Glutathione injections at The IV Lounge here in Toronto,Ontario. Call (647) 549-3484 for your appointment or for more detailson iv therapy treatments. https://t.co/jKTE2hzJZS #ivtherapy #Toronto#gluta #ivdriplounge — The IV Lounge (@ivloungetoronto) April 22, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/ivloungetoronto April 22, 2019 at 09:00AM The IV Lounge 1200 Bay Street #1102 Toronto, ON M5R […]

22 Apr 19
The Indian Perspective

Why Is Nature So Good for Your Mental Health?  Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley In recent years, a number of wilderness therapy programs have cropped up to help people who suffer from mental health challenges. These trips often involve … from “”mental health” OR “mental disorder” OR “psychiatry” OR “mental illness” OR “psychiatrist” OR […]

22 Apr 19
Truth2Freedom's Blog

Eternal Savior And the former priests, on the one hand, existed in greater numbers, because they were prevented by death from continuing, but He, on the other hand, because He abides forever, holds His priesthood permanently. Hence, also, He is able to save forever those who draw near to God through Him, since He always […]

22 Apr 19
Bard Gas Heater 6 Must Provide For Maintenance

Article writer-Hall Davenport It highly crucial to achieve the roof of an house in working condition because it ensures apparently of not your close family but home as anyway. One should go for immediate action whenever irrespective of how damage on the roof that needs fixing of which. Letting the problem with the roof persist […]

22 Apr 19
Adventure Awaits Me

“Q” is for quality of life! Occupational therapists strive to enhance quality of life for all clients. Quality of life involves being able to do what a person wants and needs to do – the essence of OT! What makes everyone’s quality of life different depends on what the person finds meaningful. We, as OTs, […]

22 Apr 19
Daily News
It was not your traditional Easter outing, we’ll say that. But tell that to a wide-eyed 8-year-old child who after an egg hunt would be perfectly fine with getting to know some special pigs, with some special oinks and requisite tummy rubs. #gallery-3097880-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3097880-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-3097880-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3097880-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ A hen checks in on Zeus, an 800-pound pig, on her birthday during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Jellie, a potbelly pig, enjoys some birthday cake on Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer That’s right. Pigs. The Gentle Barn, up in Santa Clarita, hosted a kind of celebration on Sunday. But it wasn’t about Easter eggs, bunnies, and the sort. It was about pigs. For organizers, these were pigs worth celebrating. To understand why, a little background on The Gentle Barn. The Gentle Barn has been rescuing and rehabilitating abused and neglected farm animals for 20 years, according to organizers. It’s a kind of animal sanctuary that provides everything from nourishment to acupuncture to socializing therapy for rescued barn animals. Among those animals on Sunday were Zeus, celebrating a 12th birthday and Honey Bear, turning 5.  Organizers said Jellie the pig is 15, and Truffles the potbelly pig is 18. “This birthday party is so important to me because pigs usually live until about 4 or 5, but we’ve worked very hard to help our pigs have a longer life and a better quality of life,” Ellie Laks, founder of The Gentle Barn, in a statement ahead of the pig shindig. “So 12 or more is a big deal! Also, it’s the year of the pig so I want to raise awareness of their intelligence, affection, and personalities. They interact with children like big puppies, they roll over for tummy rubs, wag their tails, play in the pool, and grunt thank you’s each night when I tuck them into bed with their favorite blankets.” For more information on the Gentle Barn, visit https://www.gentlebarn.org/. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
22 Apr 19
SCNG
It was not your traditional Easter outing, we’ll say that. But tell that to a wide-eyed 8-year-old child who after an egg hunt would be perfectly fine with getting to know some special pigs, with some special oinks and requisite tummy rubs. #gallery-1785180-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1785180-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1785180-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1785180-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ A hen checks in on Zeus, an 800-pound pig, on her birthday during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Adults and kids get up close to all kinds of farm animals during Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer Jellie, a potbelly pig, enjoys some birthday cake on Easter day Sunday at the Gentle Barn in Santa Clarita. Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing photographer That’s right. Pigs. The Gentle Barn, up in Santa Clarita, hosted a kind of celebration on Sunday. But it wasn’t about Easter eggs, bunnies, and the sort. It was about pigs. For organizers, these were pigs worth celebrating. To understand why, a little background on The Gentle Barn. The Gentle Barn has been rescuing and rehabilitating abused and neglected farm animals for 20 years, according to organizers. It’s a kind of animal sanctuary that provides everything from nourishment to acupuncture to socializing therapy for rescued barn animals. Among those animals on Sunday were Zeus, celebrating a 12th birthday and Honey Bear, turning 5.  Organizers said Jellie the pig is 15, and Truffles the potbelly pig is 18. “This birthday party is so important to me because pigs usually live until about 4 or 5, but we’ve worked very hard to help our pigs have a longer life and a better quality of life,” Ellie Laks, founder of The Gentle Barn, in a statement ahead of the pig shindig. “So 12 or more is a big deal! Also, it’s the year of the pig so I want to raise awareness of their intelligence, affection, and personalities. They interact with children like big puppies, they roll over for tummy rubs, wag their tails, play in the pool, and grunt thank you’s each night when I tuck them into bed with their favorite blankets.” For more information on the Gentle Barn, visit https://www.gentlebarn.org/. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
22 Apr 19
humanity47km

Anger is becoming common problem within every strata of society in the world. There can be various causes of this disorder. But we can’t take it just as a short-term emotional situation of mind. It can cause various types of diseases and disorders like heart attack, stroke, headache, digestion problems and depression. These fatal diseases […]

22 Apr 19
SAFE HAVEN

Sobre cómo interpretamos lo que percibimos Cuando creemos que algo es como es, generalmente se vuelve una verdad absoluta para nosotros. Las personas pueden tener un millón de versiones diferentes que no siempre logramos ver. Cuando sí lo logramos, nos damos cuenta que las cosas no tienen que ser como creemos que son, por más […]

22 Apr 19
ChristiansInProgress

Today is Resurrection Day also known as Easter Sunday. This is a day when we thank Jesus for dying on the cross for us and raising again in three days. This is a day where Jesus’ love for us is front and center. We know we have worth because he found us worthy to lay […]

22 Apr 19

By Kathleen Cook Productivity and money is closely associated that is why we value work as much as we value our lives. This can cause to fast deterioration of our health. Our body has to rest at least eight hours every day. To avoid complications, we must see some medical centers of acupuncture that accepts […]

22 Apr 19
Beautiful Harvest Project

Ten years. A decade. One decade ago, a girl married a blue eyed, quick witted boy with a smile that lit up any room he walked into. If I’m being honest, he was also a little cocky and had a smart mouth. Ha. Over the past ten years, we have grown. Our family has grown, […]