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Chance’s Spot – Pet Loss and Support Resources


Chance’s Spot – Pet Loss and Support Resources – Chance’s Spot is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals who have suffered the loss of a dearly loved pet. If you are grieving…


St. Hubert's Animal Welfare in Madison and North Branch to hold Easter

Filed under: pet loss support

St. Hubert's services to the community include pet adoption and animal rescue, animal-assisted therapy, humane education, food bank, dog training and pet loss support. St. Hubert's animal shelters in Madison and North Branch, NJ, provide care for …
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'Knight at the Races' – May 10, 2014

Filed under: pet loss support

… principle of the Knights of Columbus, whose members are men of faith and men of action. Primary sponsors for "Knight at the Races" include Council of Catholic Women, Haisley Pet Loss Services, Fort Pierce Orthopaedics, Joe Demarco Knights of …
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Im Ready for a Psychologist?

Question by love: im ready for a psychologist?
i need on thats free or takes insurance in newyork plz hep

Best answer:

Answer by thedrisin
Try looking up the New York State Psychological Association, which should have a directory.
Or, depending on the city you live in, try the city’s local psychological association.
In addition, many graduate schools with psychology programs offer therapy at reduced prices, since the therapists are psychologists-to-be in training and supervision. Look for “counseling clinics” associated with universities and psychology programs.
Look up psychologists in the phone book or on the internet for more information as well.
Good luck!

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Counseling Program Spotlight at Missouri State University – The Counseling program at Missouri State University emphasizes the development of the whole individual, including not only the academic, but also the persona…

Counseling Opened New Doors


Counseling opened new doors – When Jason got home from Iraq, he isolated himself and turned to alcohol. A buddy from his unit convinced him to seek support. In group counseling, he met ot…


St. Lucie County support groups, updated April 2

Filed under: counseling

Treasure Coast Hospice Counseling Services Grief Support Groups: Grief support groups for children, teens, and adults. By appointment. Treasure Coast Hospice Thomas Counseling Center, 5000 Dunn Road, Fort Pierce. Ages 3+. Donation. Appointment: …
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CCMT 2014: Centralized Counseling for M.Tech/M.Plan 2014

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Centralized Counseling (CCMT) 2014 will start from mid week of April 2014. CCMT is held for admission in Master of Technology (M.Tech) and Master of Planning (M.Plan) to 22 NIT's and 2 IIIT's and several others centrally funded technical institutions.
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How Can I Best Support My Hubby? He Was Raised a Jehovah’s Witness and He Is No Longer One.?

by ehoyer

Question by Sarah Townen: How can I best support my hubby? He was raised a Jehovah’s Witness and he is no longer one.?
First off I am NOT bashing JW’s
I did not grow up in that religion but he did

I am NOT looking for ways to get him to become a JW again.

I AM looking for ways to support him. I’ve learned little things over the years. Triggers, things to avoid, that kind of thing. But I want to be the best support I can be and there are so many layers to this I don’t know how to best support him when he’s needing/wanting me to support him through these times

Thanks all
Again, please respect that I am not looking to get him or us into the JW again.
hi all
thanks for the honesty in your answers

What Is Theocratic Warefare According to the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society?

Question by Mark D: What is theocratic warefare according to the watchtower bible and tract society?
respectful answers greatly appreciated.
Please show biblical precedence for this belief.

Best answer:

Answer by garnan
While the Christian does not engage in a physical war against blood and flesh (Eph 6:12), he is engaged in warfare nonetheless, a spiritual fight. The apostle Paul describes the war waged within the Christian between “sin’s law” and “God’s law,” or ‘the law of the mind’ (the Christian mind in harmony with God).—Ro 7:15-25.
This warfare of the Christian is an agonizing one, requiring the exertion of every effort for a person to come off winner. But he can be confident of victory through the undeserved kindness of God through Christ and the help of God’s spirit. (Ro 8:35-39) Jesus said of this fight: “Exert yourselves vigorously to get in through the narrow door” (Lu 13:24), and the apostle Peter counseled: “Keep abstaining from fleshly desires, which are the very ones that carry on a conflict [or, “are doing military service” (stra?teu?on?tai)] against the soul.”—1Pe 2:11

I Am Suicidal and Everyone Around Me Is Insane, Help?

Question by In Bloom: I am suicidal and everyone around me is insane, help?
I am 19 soon and I have struggled for so long with mental illness, for my whole life. I had a horrible childhood. My mother is very unstable and crazy, constantly blaming me for everything wrong in her life and accusing me of scheming against her. All her friends and my whole family thinks I am a terrible person who is trying to hurt my mother any way I can – they all think I ego trip them; the only sane person is my younger brother, and they all think that I have him, and I quote “wrapped around my finger”. Like I’m manipulating his thoughts so that he agrees with me. He’s the one normal person in my family, but I can see it’s even taking a toll on him.