Deciding if you should you adopt a new cat or kitten after the death of your beloved animal isn't easy. Some bereaved pet lovers feel guilty, sad, or confused about adopting a cat or buying a kitten from a pet store. Others are worried about opening their hearts to another experience of great love and loss.
Laurie is the Vancouver-based author of Growing Forward When You Can't Go Back. She started her "Quip and Tips" blogs in 2005 and has been writing full-time for over a decade! Her degrees are in Psychology, Education, and Social Work.
Veterinarian Marie Haynes describes the most important things to look for and how to know when to put your dog down. This vet also shares her experience with putting her own dog to sleep at home, and offers help for healing the grief of losing your dog.
Here are a few surprising reasons not to wear underwear. They're health benefits from an OB-GYN, actually! Sometimes you need to give your private parts a breath of fresh air, a chance to air dry, and space to breathe.
Jet lag is problematic for business travelers who need to be alert for work - but the drag of jet lag is also a problem for tourists who just want to wake up enough to sip a mai tai on a Hawaiian beach!
Do you need good ideas and gifts for your Operation Christmas Child Shoebox? I've been researching gift ideas for five years! Your Operation Christmas Child Shoebox can change a family's life; filling your shoebox with helpful, thoughtful gifts doesn't just make a child's Christmas brighter. Your gifts can change the trajectory of a child's life...and that can change the world.
What do you buy someone with memory loss? These 20 gifts and ideas for people with dementia, Alzheimer's disease, or other types of memory loss will bring a splash of color and cheer into life! Caregivers will also love these happy, bright gift ideas.