When I first saw a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, I was very depressed and walking home from work in New York City. Struggling with the after effects of a trauma that I just couldn't shake, I lived every day in a fog, disconnected from myself and the world and trying to fake wellness so that everyone would think I was okay. As I came to a street corner, a man was leaning against a brownstone building talking on his cell phone. At his feet sat the most adorable creature I'd ever seen. My dark mood immediately experienced a shock of light.
It was another Saturday night alone for me as a single woman. I sat in my apartment feeling very alone, unworthy, and rejected. I remember lying there on my bed in the fetal position, after a particularly painful breakup (with a man I had hoped was my soulmate) earlier in the day. The problem was, this scene that I’m describing was not an unusual occurrence in my life. I’d had this happen before. Me, sobbing, writing in my journal, and then calling a girlfriend to do a tear-filled, curse-word-filled, post-mortem on the relationship. Can you relate?
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Yes. It is one of the first words we ever say and it only seems to get more difficult to say as time passes. In fact, as a child, we say "Yes" to pretty much anything. Yes to checking out the pool before we know how to swim, yes to sharing an ice cream cone with the dog, yes to chasing the Nerf ball (do they still make those?) into I-85. We are open to any possibility, and naturally possess what I like to call the “yes stance.”