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    Therapy animals have been used in many instances to care for people for decades, whether they are physically ill and have emotional problems. I was diagnosed with PTSD a while back and what helped me the most during this painful journey is my beloved dog. I came across this website esacare.com/qualifying-for-an-esa-letter-guide/ when I wanted to get an ESA letter and I found this extremely beneficial, through this, I got what I needed and I’m much satisfied now. Although all animals may provide relief for their owners, ESAs are specifically prescribed to people with individuals with disabilities diagnosed by licensed psychiatrists or professional medical staff. The purpose of the animal is thus to provide relief to their owner as a form of companion therapy, which can be extremely useful for people who suffer from PTSD. Having an ESA requires a commitment to care for your animal. For somebody who is suffering from PTSD, having this requirement helps the person to act without having to fall victim to their symptoms. Also, since animals are very affectionate, having an animal around is a never-ending stream of care and affection for the person.

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    Great post. Thanks for sharing. Anxiety has crippled me my entire life, and I, unfortunately, grew up in the age of self-medication by any means necessary. The best day of my life was when my Chewy (dog) came into my life. I never knew that chewy would end up becoming my emotional support animal. It can smell a panic attack coming; I don't know how? What I know is she starts paying me a lot of attention (in my lap, licking my face, etc.) I mean, she is always lovey-dovey, but the pre-panic attack is somehow different. She somehow intrinsically knows her mama is not well. She brings me so much peace—-something that no medication could ever do.
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      Katie Perkins you shared nice content.

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        Originally posted by MAK KAME View Post
        Katie Perkins you shared nice content.
        Thank you. So nice of you.

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