Do you "fall" hard? I do. Does life sometimes not go the way you planned? That happened to ME, TOO! I had a person once. I had a home, too. So did she, but life didn't go the way she expected, either. I'm trying to come to terms with what I've lost.
I want to tell you about myself. More than the fact that I'm 3 years old, weigh 9 lbs, and am SHORT, DARK, and HANDSOME. I want you to know how I deal with loss. I don't bottle it up. I face it. I whimper quietly to myself sometimes, I grumble when other dogs are a little TOO happy, and I bite my OWN TAIL! I'm grappling FOR REAL, with what's happened to me.
I'm finding ways to deal with my loss in healthy ways. It helps when people hold me. I like to play toys with others, I crunch ice in my mouth. I like listening to the PG comedy channel in the car. Laughter helps heal, don't you think? I like to tussle with other fosters in my house who have experienced loss, too. We understand each other. We mean no harm. We're just trying to help each other figure out how to Move On.
I also get dental chews, mainly for my emotional well-being, since I ALREADY HAVE beautiful white teeth and FRESH BREATH! That's important when you want to meet and fall in love with someone new. And I. DO. I am quick to trust again and have already opened my heart to foster mom. I know human beings try their best, just like I do. I'm not going to be everybody's cup of tea, but I know someone out there is going to understand me. I am wide open to love again. Are you?
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