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Fighting for Control


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Fighting for Control
On a more mundane level, when one of the partners in a relationship is a controlling type, it can put a strain on the other, and on the relationship itself.

Love Returned: The Human Need


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FitnessSome Tarot learning on the subject of romance. As a Tarot practitioner, one of the commonest plights I encounter is of someone who loves another more than the other person seems to love them. Much heartburn is produced over this simple case of inequality. �How do I make her/him love me more?� �How can I awaken her/his interest?� �Can�t he or she see how much I care about him or her?� These are some of the anguished questions people routinely ask.As part of my Tarot reading, it is my job to encourage such troubled seekers of love. But the truth is, the lessons relating to love are difficult and lifelong � every time you feel you have mastered one, another challenge comes up to shake you out of complacency. One of the first and foremost of these findings is:

The festive season and your pets


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Festive season and your petsEach Diwali we get some form of emergency or the other. Normally it is that the pets are totally uneasy and distressed� The festival season has started and slowly the summer has begun to disappear. While in general this is a time for celebrations, spare a thought
for your pets. I decided to write this article, for each year in this season I get a large number of emergencies that are totally avoidable. I remember two years ago a black Labrador, Boski, had just delivered eight pups. On the night of Diwali, the owner called me frantically that one of the pups was howling in pain. On subsequent questioning it was found out that the dam had accidentally knocked the feeding bowl on the pups head on hearing a loud cracker burst near her. The pup was brought to the clinic where we felt a lump on her forehead. We slowly aspirated the area and removed about ten milliliters of blood. It was after this that the pup felt some relief. The dam and the pups were then transported to the basement where she slept in peace.Each Diwali we get some form of emergency or the other. Normally it is that the pets are totally uneasy and distressed. On other occasions it is that there are burn injuries. This year a very timid Labrador bit the grandchild in the house when the neighborhood sounds were reaching a deafening crescendo. So what exactly is the cause for all this and is there a solution? Let’s begin by trying to understand the physiology of the dog.