Thursday, 08 February 2018 05:00 PM
#21468 Just to clarify something as a lot of people seem to be confused by this, I'm going to use dogs as an example because they are commonly used for these but they are by no means the only example.
Service dog: dog trained in a specific service for their handler/owners special needs, typically medical and mental health concerns and can include things like detecting seizures, assisting the blind, alerting owner or others of an episode of post traumatic stress, etc.
These are working animals.
Therapy dog: Dogs trained to comfort people in hospitals and nursing homes, usually as part of some kind of therapy or activity to improve quality of life of those terminally ill or living in assisted living conditions. Important to note that the dog is not in service to its owner/handler but to others.
These are working dogs.
Emotional support dog: typically a pet whose relationship with their owner positively impacts their mental health needs especially when they struggle with some sort of mental health issue. Typically untrained and now this designation doesn't really mean much anymore. A lot of people just register their pets as emotional support animals to avoid paying renters fees for pets or have them in a living situation which would otherwise not allow them. Not to say that people with emotional support animals don't benefit from them or that everyone abusing the system but there is a difference between this and a service dog that people don't seem to get.
Thursday, 08 February 2018 09:18 AM
#21471 I'm jealous of my ex boyfriend\baby daddy's female best friend. She is the only person he'll listen to. When we were together he wouldn't do shit for me. He wouldn't be faithful or wouldn't make an effort to get his life together. Nothing. Then this bitch comes along and tells him to get his life together one time and he does it. Just like that he does what I've been telling him to for 2 fucking years for her. I don't understand at all. I was his girlfriend and I am the mother of his children. I was a good girlfriend, gave him money, bomb sex, head, cooked, everything. She didn't do as much as I and she has such an influence over him. He looks at her as if he loves her, he respects her and adore this bitch. Yeah I'll admit she's prettier, has long hair, a gorgeous body and straight teeth. I still love him and I want him back but it feels like I have to compete with this girl. Yeah we may cuss each other out, argue and disrespect each other but I'll always love him and have his back.
Thursday, 08 February 2018 08:51 AM
#21470 I'm 24 and never had a boyfriend, been on a date and or been kissed. I absolutely have no luck when it comes to guys. The guys I attract are psychos, have severe foot fetish, are hoes in relationships or just want to fuck. The good looking men I attract are the ones that be in long term relationships, off/on relationships or babies. They are also the ones that turn out to be psychos or have foot fetish. Then the not so good looking men are the ones that come on too strong, clingy, aggressive, and are too flirtatious. I just want to vibe with an average looking man. I swear I'm not picky at all. I'll date a man that looks like J. Cole, crooked teeth and all.
Thursday, 08 February 2018 08:37 AM
#21461 Is 5'4" considered short or tall for a woman?
Thursday, 08 February 2018 08:34 AM
#21463 As an African American woman, I loooooooooove Italian men. They are handsome, have style and charisma. I love their accents too especially the ones from New York, New Jersey or Pennsylvania.
Thursday, 08 February 2018 08:31 AM
#21462 I think I am a psychic. I always have dreams about my friends or family members being pregnant and 99% of the time they and don't even know it.
Thursday, 08 February 2018 08:29 AM
#21469 I'm in love with my childhood friend. We have been friends our whole lives and always had crushed on each other. I would love to tell him how I feel and to be with him but he is a player. He has had a lot of women, play games, use them, lead them on and break their hearts. I don't want to be another victim added to his list. What should I do?
Thursday, 08 February 2018 08:24 AM
#21460 If a man is not ready for a committed relationship then he is not ready for babies. Agree or disagree?