The Misunderstood Wolf Meets the Misunderstood Addict
[YT video="mR7ztbpwROM" title="Wolf Therapy" description="Promises has partnered with Wolf Connection, an nonprofit wolf and wolf dog rescue organization, to bring the young adults from West Los Angeles an amazing experiential therapy."] From an early age, starting with Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs, we’re taught that wolves are to be feared. They are depicted as ferocious, blood-thirsty creatures that hunt humans and kill for sport. We’re also sold a story about drug addicts. They’re weak, they’re immoral and they certainly don’t deserve a second chance. In both cases, the realities are markedly different than these generally espoused beliefs. Wolves by nature are shy, intelligent, sensitive and fearful of humans. There are virtually no reports on record that suggest wolves have ever been a threat to people.