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Was watching an episode of the Dog Whisperer, and Cesar Milan was dealing with a skittish/nervous/fearful dog. As a matter of rehab, he held the dog’s tail up, saying, “In the psychology of dogs, the high tail means confidence and dominance. If we hold his tail up, we get the brain working in that direction.”

And it got me thinking about how they say if you’re feeling sad/upset to smile for thirty seconds because it will help reset your brain.

Funny how alike humans and dogs really are.

I guess, some days (like today, when it’s been cloudy and snowy and just an ughy kind of day), you just have to keep your tail up and smile.