TRAUMA AND HUMANS AND HORSES - PART III

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What does abstinence mean? What do I mean when I am talking about "taking myself out of the equation?"Let me present a picture: we are in a time, where people who disclose the most about themselves - from their meal to their personal journeys, either directly or through metaphor, get a lot of attention on social media. It is, when taking an outside...
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TRAUMA IN HUMAN AND HORSES - PART II

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Yet I will not shut up. Why? Because what we as "teachers" put out has an impact on our field. And therefore has an impact on the people we work with - team members, four legged ones included - and the people who we owe the most to, as providers, to do the best we can do - people seeking help.Trauma and being's welfare are on the top of my mind. Tr...
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TRAUMA IN HORSE AND HUMANS

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(picture omitted - please refer to original site)When you move too far to the left side in this picture (or bottom if you turn the picture around – a window has 4 frames…), you will gradually defend yourself against new learning by shutting (down) the window. If you move too far to the right (or top of the frame) – you are opening (it) up too much,...
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