Emotional Support Animals (ESAs): Definitions ADA covers service animals, not emotional support animals. Use the link to FAQs for more information. The AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) offers this summary about their view of service, emotional support, and therapy animals. This post explains their definition of Emotional Support Animals. This article is a resource guide […]Coping… Continue reading Sensory Grounding Coping Strategy: (ESAs) Emotional Support Animals
This is more of a funny post/story than like the others. Life is too stressful and scary right now to be serious about everything. Laugh at me or with me, but I hope it brings you a smile.
This post discusses movement from a meditative or internal perspective. If you saw me doing this, you would think I was sleeping or meditating or both because the parts of my body you can see weren't moving. This type of movement exercise requires an open mind, body awareness, resilience, and trust or faith in self and a higher power for guidance/support. Read if you like, but skip otherwise. This blog is about offering practical options and resources, not causing stress or problems or anything else.
I made an unedited "live" video for tonight, but don't know how to compress the video enough to make it look good here on WordPress. Every time I upload, it looks fuzzy and blurry and takes forever. Not sure you'd even be able to watch it.
So I'm going back to the thinking board tomorrow to try again.
Today, though, I'll share some thoughts about coronavirus:
Read about why sleep is so important for a movement challenge. For link to the full post, continue reading 🙂