Life Whisperer

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I started watching The Dog Whisperer about a year after my sudden divorce. Much to my surprise, I learned even more about myself from Cesar Millan than I did about my dog. He always says in his show that he “rehabilitates dogs,” but he “trains people.” In my case, he helped to rehabilitate me after a particularly difficult time in my life. Here are the life lessons I learned from the Dog Whisperer:

Read the rest on the Huffington Post.

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5 Responses

  1. blogventer says:

    I love how you are able to extrapolate maxims from real-life situations. You’re a bit of an inductive philosopher, aren’t you? 🙂

  2. blogventer says:

    (Although, I do think that if we’d sniffed our husband’s butts we’d have been able to smell the bullshit better.) 😉

  3. blogventer says:

    Ack! “Meant husbands’!” — different apostrophe

  1. March 3, 2013

    […] It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Cesar. His show, The Dog Whisperer, was some of the best therapy I received to help me with my anxiety and trust issues following the divorce. I used many of his ideas in my own life, thus earning him the moniker, The Life Whisperer. […]

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