My world 🌎

I’m So #lucky to have this wee cute one πŸ‘‡πŸ½in my life life πŸ• . Probably Not many of you will know this , but the one πŸ‘‡πŸ½ & only reason why i got a dog was for the sole purpose of a #therapydog 🐢, not just because i simply wanted a dog , the idea just came to me in bed 1 day , while I was deteriorating with Ill mental health very rapidly at home while pregnant, I bought her on my Birthday nearly 3 years ago , we all know that stroking a pet makes us feel good , gives us that warm fuzzy feeling perhaps, Preliminary results from a study show that a few minutes of stroking our pet dog prompts a release of a number of “feel good” hormones in humans, including serotonin, prolactin and oxytocin , & even if your not usually a massive animal lover , they can provide a fantastic calming distraction for individuals suffering from #depression, #bpd , & more increasingly equine therapy has been proven to be very beneficial to those with a diagnosis of #ADHD & severe learning difficulties, & in particular #autism , & although she tests me @ times , as she likes to whine a lot at time , & she often takes forever to go for a 🚽 it was the best decision I’ve ever made πŸ•πŸ˜€πŸ‘ŒπŸΎ


#DogWalking 🐢😊🐢

#DogWalking 🐢😊🐢

 My amazing little therapy dog Molly  , when I’m experiencing a manic episode getting out for some fresh air really brings my mania down a notch , being on such a natural high (experiencing mania) can be excitable at times, but when it’s uncontrollable it’s not so fun . 

Here’s some information on Mania & Manic episodes in Bipolar Mania in Bipolar

My fluffy little Molly

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Love Becky & Baby πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ΌπŸ½πŸ‘ŒπŸ»