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Middle School Transition Tips | My Elementary Student is Going to Middle School | Orlando Teen Counselor Therapist

By |April 22nd, 2010|Anxiety, Blog, Children, Family, Parenting|

Orlando Teen Counselor Therapist “The thing I remember most about middle school was how tough it was. You're not quite an adult, but you're not a kid anymore.” Jen Walters” It is this battlefield of questions that we leave our children to face their own fears, tackle their own obstacles and to become their own

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Trauma: What To Do When Disaster Strikes | West Virginia Mine Explosion | Orlando Trauma & Loss Counseling

By |April 8th, 2010|Adults, Anger, Anxiety, Blog, Children, Grief, Laura Bravo, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)|

Orlando Trauma & Loss Counseling The news of the devestating mine accident in Virginia recently brings into sharp focus how easy it is to have one's world turned upside down in a second. We are bombarded by tragic news stories of earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, violent crime, abuse, murder and much more. Most people consider those examples

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5 Tips: Talking To Your Kids About Infidelity | Tiger Woods | Orlando Marriage Counseling

By |March 29th, 2010|Addictions, Adults, Blog, Children, Divorce, Family, Marriage, Parenting, Relationships, Sexual Addictions, Updates|

Orlando Marriage Counseling Tiger Woods recent confession and discussion about his treatment has drawn attention to the effects of infidelity on the entire family. Unfortunately, Tiger is not alone, couples every year are faced with how to talk to their kids about infidelity. How much do you tell them? How should the hurt parent express

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Hugs Banned in Portland Oregon Middle School | Daily Buzz | Orlando Teen Counselor Therapist

By |March 27th, 2010|Blog, Children, Conflict Resolution & Repair Relationships, Dating, Family, Hooking Up, Jada Jackson, Media, Parenting, Relationships, Resolve Conflict, Teens|

Orlando Teen Counselor Therapist How close is too close? A middle school in Portland, Oregon shocked the nation when the principal banned “hugging!” USA Today highlighted the ban on hugs and stated that there is a national trend in setting restrictions on disorderly and troublesome conduct in public schools. So, the question still remains, “how

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Are Girls Meaner Than Boys | Orlando Bully Counselor Therapist

By |March 23rd, 2010|Anger, Anger Management - Child or Adolescents, Anxiety, Blog, Bullying, Children, Conflict Resolution & Repair Relationships, Cyber Bullying, Media, Resolve Conflict, Social Skills, Social Skills Group Curriculum, Teens|

Orlando Bully Counselor Therapist Can’t we all just get along? The answer seems to be, “no,” especially among adolescent girls. We have all heard that girls are meaner than boys, but some studies report that girls are simply more “aggressive” indirectly. Psychiatrists call it “indirect aggression.” What is indirect aggression? Indirect aggression is also called

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Orlando Self Esteem Counselor asks 12 Media Self-Esteem Test Questions | How Media Influences Body Image

By |March 5th, 2010|Anorexia, Anxiety, Blog, Bulemia, Children, Depression, Eating Disorders, Family, Media, Overeating, Parenting, Relationships, Self Esteem, Teens|

Orlando Self Esteem Counselor Images of the female body are used to market everything! Toothpaste, shampoo, cola and sports cars! Beautiful women—and every body part—sell almost anything from potato chips to sport cars. Female celebrities and entertainers are becoming thinner, taller and younger. Fashion magazines are saturated with articles suggesting that if a woman can