Dr. Susan’s experience helps you help your pet. if you have any concerns or questions please comment below.
- When your old dog slows down, needs special attention, Dr. Susan will show you how to make him comfortable.
- If this your first pet and you can’t cope with puppy/kitten problems, Dr. Susan will give you tips to get started and point you toward the right people for special issues.
- Perhaps you are facing euthanasia and not sure how to tell the kids. Dr. Susan has just the experience to tailor your conversation to each child, no matter what age. You can make this a learning experience that brings your family together. She’ll talk you through it, introduce you to books and resources, and suggest follow-up activities to help you find peace.
- Maybe you feel stressed about what choice to make for your sick pet. When you are confused by too many opinions, Dr. Susan will help you feel calm and makethe best decision for your pet.
- When you feel bewildered or intimidated by what the veterinary team tells you, Dr. Susan as decades of experience helping people like you make sense of what’s happening and get the answers you need. Let her help you too.
First of all I would llike to say fantastic blog!
I hadd a quicxk question which I’d like to assk if you do not mind.
I was interested to kno how you center yourself aand
clear your mind prior to writing. I’ve had a hard time clearing
my thoughts in getting my ideas out. I do enjoy writing however
it just seems like the first 10 to 15 mjnutes are generrally wasted simplly just
trying to figure out how to begin. Any suggestions or hints?
Thanks for the kind words. Writing is a struggle for me too. And yet it works so well to help us think clearly. To center myself and get ready to write, I’ve become a fan of what’s often called “mind maps”. There are fancy computer programs to do them, if that’s your thing, but I prefer pen & paper.
First, in the center of your paper, write a couple of words about your topic. Draw a circle around it. Then jot down all your thoughts about that idea. Spread them around the paper. When you see a connection betweeen 2 ideas, draw a line between them. If you have sub-ideas, list them under the word that prompted you.
Write fast. When you feel stuck, draw circles around those categories around the page. If you are a visual learner, you can color in the circles that are related or use pictures to represent your ideas. For me, this approach lets me capture all those ideas that are floating around before they disappear like soap bubbles. It also helps me pick the best ideas to focus on.
If you want to see examples, search for “mind map” images & descriptions.
What do you write about, Marcos?
Warmest wishes for 2016,