Love is, “the act of caring and giving to someone else...having someone 's best interest and wellbeing as a priority in your life. To truly L.O.V.E. is a very selfless act.”( PY Love and Peace) according to urbandictionary .Love is taking your dog out in the middle of the night and picking up their poop. Love is the excitement you feel we you know your dog is waiting for you at home. There is nothing like the love you get from your dog. Not only does this come from dogs it comes from a variety of different things along with different intensities.
Sometimes it can be hard to define love. Some say Love is a person’s psychological strength which makes the person stronger through the harmonization of the personality, through obtaining a constant source of positive emotions. Meaning loving something makes you stronger and a better person because your are willing to put yourself on the line for something or someone else’s benefit. But that 's not necessarily true. Sometimes people can’t let go because of love and end up making others suffer greatly. Or they can’t share the love and end up killing it . The passion behind love is sometimes taken too far,often times being a bad thing. Remember that love is experienced in many different ways. I believe that love is a cool...
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...h and a dog could just melt it away.
I wholeheartedly believe that there are benefits to owning a dog and I hope this paper will change your view of pet ownership into a positive one . At the end of the day, when I’m on my way home I get this awesome feeling of excitement to see my dog. I want other people to experience that feeling hopefully this paper will make people want to get a dog. In doing this research I have really come to appreciate my dog more than I ever have also I have dove deeper into my obsession of dogs.I think this paper was a good one to show benefits of dog ownership . I believe I did an okay job at showing my view, an opposing view , and backing it with scientific research. The process of creating this paper might of been long and annoying but it was worth it. Though there are areas I wish I could improve on I am still proud to finish the paper.
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