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Darren M. Jorgenson
Darren M. Jorgensen has a fondness for all animals, though dogs especially, have a huge home in his heart. He enjoys quilting, making handcrafted soap and bodyworks and anything that produces practical products. Jorgensen lives with his own service dog who doubles as an Emotional Support Animal. He gets it.
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On 11 March 2020, WHO declared that the world is under attack of the pandemic known as COVID-19 or Coronavirus. This pandemic is still affecting the social lifestyle of people and also impacting their mental well-being negatively. Due to the pandemic restrictions, many people suffer from psychological issues, such as depression, loneliness, anxiety, and other severe mental health problems. These mental issues can lead them to psychiatric hospitals or the death beds if ignored for a long time.
Due to the arrival of Covid 19, the meaning of normalcy has changed for everyone. Pandemic forced us to stay at home and work inside four walls of our rooms to control the spread of the virus. Work from home sounded comfy at first, but now we are all bored sitting in our homes all the time. Other than being annoying, work from home is affecting our mental health too. It can be more difficult for you if you already have some mental illness.
Cats are the most loving pets after dogs and are considered one of the best Emotional support animals. Just like any other Emotional Support Animal, cats assist their owners in overcoming their mental health issues.
For a long time, dogs are one of the greatest companions for us. And it’s not only us who love them, but dogs in return love us just as much as we do. We can show our love for the animals in easy different ways, but for animals, it may not be easy to express their love for us.