If you love a dog, you know how hard it is to see them experience stiffness, joint pain, and lack of mobility. If you think there’s nothing you can do to help, think again! There’s a combination of botanicals that will do wonders for your best friend to get them active and feeling great again! Here’s the news….
Q. Dear Terry, “I get really anxious when I am stressed, which makes me more anxious! I have a psychologist that seems to help a bit. I’m looking for other ways that I can decrease my anxiety. I’ve tried medications, but I don’t like the side effects. Please help!” – B.P., Peoria, AZ
Q. Dear Terry, “I have arthritis in both of my knees and it’s very uncomfortable. My doctor told me that most of the cartilage is gone. I’m not looking for a magic cure, but I’m hoping there are some natural things that can help keep me active and somewhat pain-free. Any ideas that might help?” – Carl T., Portland, ME
You’ve probably heard of iodine and may have wondered why you need it. The answer is: for just about everything. Unfortunately, iodine has been a sadly neglected mineral in our diets since the 1940s, and it was considered only necessary for preventing goiter.
It’s easy think, If my coworker wasn’t so disrespectful, I wouldn’t argue. No, you have to be the bigger person. Just because they’re doing wrong doesn’t mean you have to engage. That’s the enemy baiting you, saying, “Argue, fight, set the record straight, prove you’re right.” Don’t take the bait. It takes a mature person to overlook an insult and say, “No, I’m staying in peace.”
Jesus didn’t say, “Blessed are those who are right.” For the sake of peace, sometimes you have to let the other person think they’re right, even when you know they’re wrong. We think, I’m right, and I’m going to prove it and win this fight. Can we tell you that being right is overrated? You can win every battle, prove your points, but your relationships are being damaged. Put your ego down and let them be right even though you think you’re right. Be a peacemaker and learn to shake it off and move on.
“Father, thank You for the promise of blessedness when I take the high road and am a peacemaker. Give me wisdom to know when to keep my mouth closed and overlook something that bothers me. I believe that walking in peace is Your will for me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen."
“…Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” (Matthew 5:9, NIV)
We live in a new and exceptional age. America is another name for Opportunity. Our whole history appears like a last effort of the Divine Providence on behalf of the human race. —Emerson