by Patricia Lantz
The Cardinal modality is associated with the beginning of each season. It represents the equinoxes and solstices. The Cardinal sign are ~ Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn
by Ihor Basko, DVM, CVA
Last week we covered the emotional component of dealing with cancer in your pets. In the second part of this series on cancer, we’re going to look at some common treatment options and how to select the best treatment plan for your pet...
Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: There are many options to consider if our pets are diagnosed with cancer. This article reviews the conventional options; there are pros and cons to any treatment method.
Animals & Pets
Editor's Note from Sue Meyn: Stephen Levine is a spiritual teacher who has written many books, one among them being "Who Dies". He has worked with cancer patients and AIDS patients helping them to deal with the difficulties they face. As he will explain in this video he has written poetry for much of his life, though his work in teaching meditation and his other work pulled him away from it as his life focus.
I always appreciate "time" with Stephen because he speaks with such an authentic voice. I hope you will be inspired by his words.
Writing & Poetry Therapy
by Will Falconer, DVM
You need to neuter your animal, right? I mean, that’s just basic: there are too many unplanned pregnancies, too many euthanasias because of that, and you need to be responsible and just do this. Right?...
Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: When is the right age to neuter? Used to be 6 months. Then it was 3 pounds. They say mammary cancer is more prevalent in unaltered females. But, young neutering makes dogs taller. (Llamas and horses, too.) So, what is the right answer?
Animals & Pets
by Coralee Thompson, MD
It is most important to understand that evaluations such as mammography are not preventive measures - they simply screen for existing disease. True prevention of all cancers should be emphasized even more than any screening evaluation. Virtually all cancers can be prevented through nutrition and lifestyle, and this should be our first defense...
by Debbie Drinkard-Govum
Symbols are powerful images of our deepest feelings and can provide enormous comfort during challenging times. I have always paid attention to symbols in my life but never more so than when I had breast cancer...
Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Debbie shares her personal story of courage through breast cancer and explains how three symbols gave her comfort during this challenging time. These symbols were associated with real world events and served as signs that she was not alone. They empowered and inspired her to keep going. She reminds us that we receive signs when we are facing life's challenges. It is our job to notice and work with them.
by Thom Namaya, FNP, CCH, RSHom
Why is it that when some people are given a diagnosis of terminal cancer, they look into the eyes of death, get up from their bed, and walk the other way? And, why do other patients embrace their fear and fold themselves into the cold embrace of death?...
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