Welcome to issue 4 of Happy Cow's Weekly Moos! We hope you are continuing to enjoy our new website.
After taking a break last week to allow the wonderfully talented young witer Kiki Elizabeth Gregg to share Head Versus Heart with us, Pete Hughes returns to tell us how he first discovered the remarkable power of creative visualisation after watching fellow Briton Linford Christie win gold at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. Many of us do not realise that we have a fantastic miracle machine at our disposal, which is ours to command. We stifle our dreams by thinking about how they can be achieved instead of just imagining ourselves achieving them.
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The Pet Psychologist
There is nothing like a little chuckle to brighten our days. Michael Robinson, freelance writer, tireless parents' and grandparents' rights campaigner and author of the book The Custody Minefield, kindly shares with us a comic article in which he analyses the psychology of his chicken Geraldine.
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In The Shadow Of Depression
This week Happy Cow received a letter from Samantha in New York. Samantha's husband of 12 years has regular bouts of depression. Samantha feels she has had to distance herself from her husband so that she can carry on with raising their children and not be dragged down to his level. Happy Cow explains that loving someone does not necessarily mean loving or accepting every behaviour or thought pattern they portray.
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The Happy Cow Newsletter Team :-)
"As a single footstep will not make a path on the earth, so a single thought will not make a pathway in the mind. To make a deep physical path, we walk again and again. To make a deep mental path, we must think over and over the kind of thoughts we wish to dominate our lives." - Henry David Thoreau
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