Gregg Helfman @ghelf

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What a fun day at Wantage Dog Park!
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What a fun day at Wantage Dog Park!

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Happy 4th of July!
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Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July weekend!
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Happy 4th of July weekend!

My happy place #CasperFloatie
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My happy place #CasperFloatie

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Wild and crazy Saturday night.
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Wild and crazy Saturday night.

Jax has never once expressed interest in the TV. But clearly he's interested in watching A Dog's Purpose.
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Jax has never once expressed interest in the TV. But clearly he's interested in watching A Dog's Purpose.

We had a little snail visitor today. I have named him Yoda.
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We had a little snail visitor today. I have named him Yoda.

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Awesome tile from Portugal as a gift from @ameeliar!
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Awesome tile from Portugal as a gift from @ameeliar!

A great day at @workingdogwinery where Jax ran his first 5K race. Great weather. Great race. Great wine. And now... great nap!
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A great day at @workingdogwinery where Jax ran his first 5K race. Great weather. Great race. Great wine. And now... great nap!

Oh you know... just a little afternoon hail storm.
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Oh you know... just a little afternoon hail storm.

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A year ago today, I started taking this little pill every day which helped bring me out of one of the darkest and most painful places I have ever been. After being hospitalized for a liver injury, my brain had a very difficult time dealing with the trauma of that experience. Months after I had been given a clean bill of health, anxiety and depression continued to weigh heavily on me. I could not get out of bed, I didn't want to go anywhere, I didn't want to do anything.  The thought of doing regular every day tasks, like going to work or food shopping, made me physically nauseated. I've always considered myself a relatively normal and confident person, but this experience taught me that mental illness can strike anyone at any time. What is easy for some people to deal with may be traumatic to others. Mental illness is a disease like any other. You would never deny a diabetic their insulin or shame them for taking it. There is no shame in realizing that you need help. I am very open about my mental health and my treatment in hopes it will help those who might be suffering to speak up and get help. This pill may very well have saved my life. At the very least, it gave my life back to me.  #hereforyou #mentalhealthawareness  #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #mentalhealth #breakthestigma #itsoktotalk #mentalhealthmatters
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A year ago today, I started taking this little pill every day which helped bring me out of one of the darkest and most painful places I have ever been. After being hospitalized for a liver injury, my brain had a very difficult time dealing with the trauma of that experience. Months after I had been given a clean bill of health, anxiety and depression continued to weigh heavily on me. I could not get out of bed, I didn't want to go anywhere, I didn't want to do anything. The thought of doing regular every day tasks, like going to work or food shopping, made me physically nauseated. I've always considered myself a relatively normal and confident person, but this experience taught me that mental illness can strike anyone at any time. What is easy for some people to deal with may be traumatic to others. Mental illness is a disease like any other. You would never deny a diabetic their insulin or shame them for taking it. There is no shame in realizing that you need help. I am very open about my mental health and my treatment in hopes it will help those who might be suffering to speak up and get help. This pill may very well have saved my life. At the very least, it gave my life back to me. #hereforyou #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #mentalhealth #breakthestigma #itsoktotalk #mentalhealthmatters

Yesterday I started a series of Spinal Decompression sessions to help with some back issues I've had for about a month. As I was strapped in to this table, I couldn't help but think I was about to be tortured by The Albino from The Princess Bride.
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Yesterday I started a series of Spinal Decompression sessions to help with some back issues I've had for about a month. As I was strapped in to this table, I couldn't help but think I was about to be tortured by The Albino from The Princess Bride.

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