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  1. Also, if you're the first in your family to...

    Also, if you're the first in your family to attend college, your parents won't be able to understand how hard the transition can be, or how typical it is for it to be hard. Don't start thinking you...
  2. What I hope you realize is that huge numbers of...

    What I hope you realize is that huge numbers of students struggle in their first semester of college, even without dealing with hard life events. For the majority it gets MUCH better. Give yourself a...
  3. How is your horse getting there? In the past I've...

    How is your horse getting there? In the past I've put all my show gear into a duffel and sent it with the horse--worked fine.
  4. Hooray, while she showed the same symptoms today,...

    Hooray, while she showed the same symptoms today, the folks at UT felt that they weren't neurological so much as nonspecific hind end lameness. We did a fair amount of diagonostics and ended up...
  5. Sarah showing neurologic symptoms--trying not to panic

    I took Sarah to VAHT this weekend. In our dressage warmup she was incredibly stiff and resistant. We've been schooling quite well lately, but I did think she was just having a hissy fit, as she...
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    Here's the thing: as a person you need emotional...

    Here's the thing: as a person you need emotional support and a caring, nurturing parent more than you need horses. But you might have to settle for horses. Some people you can't fix.
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    Honestly, if you feel a fundamental mistrust of...

    Honestly, if you feel a fundamental mistrust of your mom's current boyfriend, pay attention to that. I don't know a thing about the guy, obviously, but the number one person most likely to physically...
  8. Dead is too old. Other than that, go for it. Why...

    Dead is too old. Other than that, go for it. Why hesitate to do things that bringyoujoy?
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    I like Women for Women International and Help One...

    I like Women for Women International and Help One
    Now.
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    Everybody repeat after me: correlation is not...

    Everybody repeat after me: correlation is not causation. Thank you. (This means, if your child is diagnosed with autism 2 weeks after getting vaccines, it's also, say, two weeks after you gave him...
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    Churchill's War Rooms are fascinating.

    Churchill's War Rooms are fascinating.
  12. My husband, one of the kindest and most upright...

    My husband, one of the kindest and most upright men in the world, has talked to his mother once in 5 years. She's bad crazy and spews all sorts of lies about him, and also will not answer if he tries...
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    We put him down a few hours ago. I finally just...

    We put him down a few hours ago. I finally just sat with him for awhile, asking him with my mind, and he told me.
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    So, he can walk around and he's peeing when I...

    So, he can walk around and he's peeing when I take him out, but he's mostly asleep, not eating, barely drinking. Thoughts? He doesn't seem in pain, but I wouldn't call this happy.
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    The Old Dog Had a Stroke...

    ...and the vet advised waiting a few days to see how he does before putting him down.

    He's nearly 15. He has congestive heart failure and has been on medication for that for over a year--it means...
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    My event horse LOVES hunting, and, oddly enough,...

    My event horse LOVES hunting, and, oddly enough, when we took my daughter's 16 yo OTTB event horse out he loved it too.
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    REALLY? A kid is shot by a cop. That's different...

    REALLY? A kid is shot by a cop. That's different from random crimes. Of course all lives matter-but the police in this country have a long hard history of racial bias, and it needs to stop.
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    Police left his body uncovered on the street for...

    Police left his body uncovered on the street for four hours. That's the reason a crowd initially gathered.
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    Here's my thought: Black Lives Matter. I'm going...

    Here's my thought: Black Lives Matter. I'm going to say that even IF Michael Brown robbed a store, even IF he wasn't a good kid, he shouldn't have been shot dead in the street. I'm also going to say...
  20. My daughter was diagnosed with RA when she was 4...

    My daughter was diagnosed with RA when she was 4 (first symptoms at age 3). When she was small she simply would not tell us about her pain or stiffness; we had to go by physical exams or what you...
  21. The part you would attach the paper clip to also...

    The part you would attach the paper clip to also broke.
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    Update-- Since he is still bright-eyed and...

    Update--

    Since he is still bright-eyed and enthusiastic, we decided to see what we could do changing his feed around. I bought some Triple Crown Senior, some rice bran pellets, and some Omega-3...
  23. Help! Who can fix the zipper on my tall boots?

    Yesterday the zipper on one of my tall boots broke. It's not so much the zipper per se--the pull, and the thing that attaches the pull to the bit that slides up and down, broke.

    I live in east...
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    He's still bright-eyed, interested in eating,...

    He's still bright-eyed, interested in eating, follows his buddy with every appearance of happiness. But so thin.
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    When is it time to say goodbye?

    My daughter's first pony, a small Shetland/Welsh, is now 31 years old. He's been fully retired for the last 7 years. He's one of those insulin-resistant ponies that actually gets skinnier when fed...
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