Posts Tagged ‘Emotive’

Animal-Assisted Therapies

In Cerebral Palsy, Medical on November 25, 2008 at 10:24 am

Animal-Assisted Therapies For Children With Special Needs:

Dolphins, the friendly mammals

According to wikipedia, animal-assisted therapy is a kind of therapy that involves an animal with special characteristics and it serves as a fundamental part of a person’s treatment. Animal-assisted therapies are designed to improve the physical, emotion, social and/or cognitive functioning of the patient. These therapies also provide educational and motivational effectiveness for the participants.

Many kinds of animals are used in therapies including dogs, cats, elephants, horses and dolphins as well as other small animals. Among them, the most popular methods are those assisted by Dolphins and horses. These forms of therapies, in the context of children with special needs, offer improvements in such areas as physical (Fine motor skills and balance) and also mental (improving self-confidence, verbal skills and attention skills); nevertheless, both may present some physical threats to both people and animals, which may be difficult to overcome. This post; however, will only concentrate on the dolphin therapy.

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Never been this pissed-off

In Bric-a-brac on September 16, 2008 at 8:07 pm

The art of being pissed off

God knows how much I hate these 2 days, some pain in the ass, dumb-ass or let’s just be polite, this cock-sucking son of a bitch just can’t do nothing other than being a drag. He’s pushy (might be a pussy as well). He is, ugh..fuck you, you fuckin’ fuck, thanks a lot for making my day! Please don’t continue, my next sentences are definitely NSFW

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