Issue 1: The Cure

  Hallo beautiful people. I’ve decided I’ll try releasing a weekly, six-panel episodic comic. The first one is a bit dark, but I hope you find a little humor in it. I’m trying to reconnect with that kid who used to draw for hours. If in the process I can entertain some folks, well then, […]

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COVID-19 Prompts more Mental Health Talk

  Well, hallo and welcome back, you beautiful convergence of minds on a mission to mostly just miss the next five minutes of dead space. Empty space? Dead air. Radio silence! The state of things these days…what a shitshow. Ammiright? For the past couple of weeks, I’ve thought about writing on a few different “COVID […]

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Revisiting Depression: Part One (the Science)

  Hallo, you fantastic beauties. I haven’t written for myself—or for you—in a long while. But here we are! Together again! Now, ahead of National Condom Month, I want to talk about depression. I’ll wait while you investigate whether that’s an actual thing. The condom part, I mean, not depression. All joking aside, I’ve been […]

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The Use of CBD for Public Speaking

  This article by Madeleine Taylor was originally published on SundayScaries.   The extreme fear of public speaking is called glossophobia. Yes, it’s actually a phobia. It is a form of social anxiety disorder (SAD). The onset of this phobia often occurs when one is on stage or even when they are simply talking to […]

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7 Steps To Build Confidence In Your Dog

This article by Jennifer was originally published on FOMO Bones. Oh Fido. It’s tough to see him frightened and not really have a clue as to how to help (or what he’s even scared of). From jumping at the slightest sound to following you everywhere and showing tell-tale signs of fear (dropped tail, crouching, panting), it’s […]

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Do Puppies Grow Out of Separation Anxiety?

  This article by Jennifer was originally published on FOMO Bones.   Dog separation anxiety, especially in puppies, is a common problem that affects thousands of dog owners across the world and, if left untreated, it can become quite serious. Although we have not been able to pinpoint an exact root cause of separation anxiety, […]

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3 Benefits of Practicing Meditation with CBD

  This article was originally published on SundayScaries. Meditation has long been practiced within the Buddhist religion as a means for heightened awareness. In society today, you may think of people who practice meditation as being hippies or activists of some kind. The truth is meditation has amazing qualities for anyone who can set aside […]

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5 Common Sudden Strange Dog Behavior Symptoms (and What to Do)

  This article by Jennifer was originally published on FOMO Bones.   When we think of dogs, we tend to imagine a happy, goofy companion that loves to play and, most of all, loves to sit right by our side. A running joke in the dog-parent community is the fact that our pooches absolutely lack […]

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A Step-by-step Guide on How to Make CBD Tincture

  This article was originally published on SundayScaries.   Research has shown that CBD oils have been used in more recent years to help people and animals with a plethora of mental and physical illnesses. Hemp oil differs from CBD oil in that it contains no cannabinoids. Hemp oil and CBD oil are derived from […]

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Eight Signs of a Stressed-out Dog

  This article by Jennifer is originally published at FOMO Bones.   After a hard day’s work, you may sometimes look at your pooch and wish you had it as easy as they did. After all, they get three (free) square meals a day, a comfy bed, ZERO bills and plenty of belly scratches. Ahhh, […]

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