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    So sorry that your family is having to endure this worrisome time. There is someone who might be able to help you. Her name is Hilary Renaissance. She is a professional animal communicator. Her website is: calmpet.com. Phone Number: 206-782-7815. I attended a class taught by her 11 years ago. I feel certain that you have already contacted local animal shelters and posted flyers. Also local veterinarians? Are there any low lying bushes in your neighborhood? Your little MimiGirl might be frightened and hiding somewhere nearby, not knowing what to do. My heart goes out to you and your family.

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    Am sensing she is feeling insecure about things going on in her life right now. These issues have nothing to do with you. Also sense that she really does like you. So perhaps just being there for her, or offering to help her with something she is having difficulty with — could be a really good start.

    Best wishes & many blessings!

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    Can you start out by just being a good friend? Someone she can talk to — and possibly come to for advice? The best way to get to know her and what she is thinking is to have more interaction. Then you will know how to proceed. Don’t let the age difference deter you. She might appreciate a mature guy!

    Best Wishes!

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    When you do happen to see your neighbor, you might want to just smile and continue on with what you are doing at the time? That would show her that you have moved on. She is the one who demonstrated the bad manners. Hopefully you can start getting out more, away from home. Sensing that new and better opportunities await you!

    ~ Best wishes

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    There are some people who are reluctant to become involved with neighbors. It is similar to situations where people don’t want to become involved with co-workers. Often without even considering the prospects, they tend to focus on what would happen if things didn’t work out. If things didn’t work out well, they would be forced to see this person on a somewhat regular basis.

    It could be that your neighbor had second thoughts about this situation. Don’t take it personally, she didn’t take the chance to get to know you. If you would be interested in going to events or possibly doing volunteer work in areas that you really enjoy, there is a good chance you might meet someone who would share your interests. If you are casual in your approach and work to build a friendship, then see where it might lead.

    ~ Best wishes

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    It could be that he wants to be the “provider” for his family. Have you tried talking to him about your feelings? If he would understand that you would like to be working and contribute to the family income, this could be beneficial. If you could get him started thinking about this — he might see the positive results.

    ~ Best wishes

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    If you could manage the rent for a small efficiency apartment on your own, this might work best for you. Or perhaps a professionally operated rooming house? It could help you immensely to be responsible for only yourself. Be careful about entering into any agreements to assist others when you don’t know their true circumstances. Look for housing from a company where you will have a written lease or rental agreement. If there is an agency within your city that could help find you housing within your financial means, that could be a good place to start. Best wishes~

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    Debbie,

    You obviously need answers to this question. Is there a way you can pursue this without disclosing the information to your immediate family? You only want to help this man and do not want to hurt your immediate family. Is further testing possible? There is a possibility that a different connection could be revealed. This man no doubt has questioned his mother? His questions to her were most likely asked many years ago. He is reaching out now trying to find more family. Does he have living relatives such as aunts or uncles who might be able to shed some light on this situation? Best wishes to you as you make your decision.

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    Because she wanted to attend a social function with you, this is a definite sign of progress. The entire resolution is likely to take a long time — even years. The important thing is that there is communication with her. Your relationship will be on an entirely different level now. As long as she is able to provide for herself, she has reached the age of consent and can legally make her own decisions. She might prefer to work and continue her education through online courses. She knows you are there for her, but she wants to be independent. Your relationship will be repaired — just respect her decisions and allow her to learn from her mistakes. You will both be happier if you can enjoy the new type of mother-daughter relationship.

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    What a wonderful answer to prayer! So happy for you! Willow is certainly glad to be reunited with her family. You didn’t give up — your worked relentlessly to find her. This was truly a wonderful early Christmas present!

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    Perhaps this dream was her way of trying to tell you that she had a medical condition that she would not be able to recover from in this life? I sense that she is at peace, and this will be conveyed to you sometime in the future. There is an animal communicator, Hilary Renaissance, in Seattle, WA who does phone readings. Check out http://www.calmpet.com. I attended a workshop given by her 7 years ago. Perhaps a reading could help ease your pain. Truly so sorry you are having to endure this heartbreak.

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    So sorry for your loss. The transition for your pet is very new. You are in a grieving process, which is very normal. Give it some time and perhaps your beloved pet will come to you in a dream. This will give you a sense that your dog is at peace.

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    Sensing the tensions between you will be resolved. This might take some time though. She will realize that you only want what is best for her. However, she is at the age where she wants to be independent. She is exercising this right. Just try to keep the lines of communication open and let her know she is welcome to come home, but you understand her need to venture out on her own. Your relationship with her will be on a different level. She will have to learn how to cope with life situations on her own. You want her to be happy. Once she realizes that you recognize her right to be independent, she will have a different perspective on the situation.

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    So sorry you are having to endure this pain of not knowing where your kitty is.  He is such a beautiful kitty and is clearly loved very deeply.  There is an animal communicator, Hilary Renaissance, who specializes in helping to locate lost pets.  Her information is available at http://www.calmpet.com.  I attended a workshop that she taught several years ago.

    If you can start looking where he was last seen, talking to anyone who might have seen him, think about what he likes and where he would be likely to go — then go out and call his name.  Keep calling for him and focus intently upon him.  Also check with any local animal rescue organizations, veterinarians, etc.  If you have a website for your area to post information about lost pets, this could be a valuable lead.

    Prayers for your kitty’s safe returns.  Many Blessings–

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    Continuing to pray for both you and for Willow!

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