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Best of Our Blogs: April 27, 2010

By Brandi-Ann Uyemura, M.A.
Associate Editor

You know what I love most about this crazy roller coaster ride we call life? I appreciate the opportunity it gives us each and every day to do better and be better. And through challenges, heartbreaks and rock bottom moments, we pick ourselves up, keep growing and learn more in this ongoing classroom of life. We just need to be fully conscious and open our eyes and hearts to take advantage of it.

Take this week’s round-up of top posts, for example. Scroll down and you’ll discover new movements and programs changing our world, ways to become a better person, how to get clear on your fears and take control of your own destiny. Not a bad list for the beginning of the week.

Puppies Behind Bars: Helping Inmates and Veterans Alike

(Forensic Focus) – Dogs provide a wealth of physical and emotional health benefits to their owners. It’s no surprise then that they are not only helping war vets to reduce symptoms of PTSD, but also transforming the lives of the inmates who train them. This is a remarkable story about an inspiring program that identifies the powerful relationship between man and dog.

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