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Calming Cats for the Anxious Purrsonality

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A collection of 3 enamel pins with black cats, flowers, and small reminders to help us through anxiety and intrusive thoughts. - Even though it's something I've been dealing with most of my life, I wasn't actually diagnosed with general anxiety disorder until my late 30s. In early 2018, I adopted River, a former feral black cat from a local rescue. She was tiny, less than 7lbs, and very wary of everything and everyone. The more time I spent with her, the more I was able to observe how much her fear looked like anxiety. Here she was, in a situation where she's clearly not in any danger, an ...

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A collection of 3 enamel pins with black cats, flowers, and small reminders to help us through anxiety and intrusive thoughts. - Even though it's something I've been dealing with most of my life, I wasn't actually diagnosed with general anxiety disorder until my late 30s. In early 2018, I adopted River, a former feral black cat from a local rescue. She was tiny, less than 7lbs, and very wary of everything and everyone. The more time I spent with her, the more I was able to observe how much her fear looked like anxiety. Here she was, in a situation where she's clearly not in any danger, and her instincts are still telling her to worry and react with fear. So as I've been progressing through my own treatment of anxiety, I've also been working with River to calm hers.A page of sketches that I drew in March turned into the design for the first pin. And I knew immediately that I wanted it to be something I
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