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I have learned so much about myself and about life from my horse Edgar. When I was young, I suffered from mild symptoms of autism, and I often found it difficult to communicate with my parents or my peers. And yet, somehow, the companionship of my horse Ed allowed me to form emotional attachments.
Now, I don't wish to exaggerate the intellectual capapcities of equines. In the end, a horse is (merely) a horse, of course. And no one can talk to a horse, of course. But if you go straight to the source, he'll give you an answer that you'll endorse.
He's always on a steady course.
And your open at the end. Mr. Ed then your own take.
Edgar sounds like he was a great friend.
HI, I like your comment a lot. I have heard and know of many others who horses have helped in numerous ways when they were you, older and even very old. How fortunate for you both that you and Edgar had found each other.
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Steve Sisgold is a Body Centered Therapist, the author of What's Your Body Telling You? and a life coach to best selling authors, Grammy winners, Business Leaders and more.
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