Talking to your pets can make you feel better

Talking to your pets can make you feel better

For centuries, our willingness to recognize minds in our pets has been seen as a kind of stupidity, a childlike tendency toward anthropomorphism and superstition that educated and clear-thinking adults have outgrown. They became our source of encouragement and they are out outlet when we choose not to talk to anyone else.


And some scenes from the movie showcased how Camille vented out to a stray dog which became here companion for the night. Find out if Camille and Moon’s conversation would do some good for her deep feelings in her heart.


Our quickness in seeing a human shape in a shadow and our belief that a Labrador's eyes are full of complex longing for love instead of lunch both flow from our hard-wired skill at recognizing and reading faces.


Talking to your pets is a sign of sensitivity, EQ, and all around human intelligence. I can't promise you that you won't get some weird looks if you do it on the street, but you can rest assured that conversing with your fur babies is actually totally normal.


“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.”

Pets don’t make judgments about physical appearance or abilities, and they don’t care how big your house is or what you do for a living. They care about the quality of your character and your capacity to love.


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