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The 4 Avoidable "T’s": Parenting the Difficult Defiant Child

*’!#$ you mom said Anthony at the restaurant with his family. Jackie, his mother responds “Don’t you talk to me like that and if you say that one more time I will slap you!” I knew when Jackie was telling me this story what Anthony was going to do. Anthony cursed again and Jackie […]

By |October 16th, 2009|Anger, Blog, Children, Defiance, Family, Parenting, Resolve Conflict, Teens|0 Comments

Orlando Relationship Counselor | You Wanna Hook Up? – The Long & Short Term Effects on Women

Orlando Relationship Counselor | You Wanna Hook Up? – The Long & Short Term Effects on Women

Why bother asking someone to dinner or to the movies when you can meet at a party, down a few drinks and go “hook up” for the night?
In my freshman year of college, I can remember going down […]

Exercise Improves Your Mood

After recently giving birth to her first child, a friend of mine decided to join a local gym to get back into shape. It wasn’t easy at first but once she got into the routine of getting regular exercise she found she not only was more physically fit but also was much happier. Throughout […]

By |September 4th, 2009|Blog|0 Comments

Tips to Relieve the First Day Back to School Nerves

For most students there is the fear of the unknown when going back to school.

Will my teacher(s) like me?
Will I make friends or what do I say to make friends
Will my classmates like me?
Will I have a lot of homework?
Can I make it on time to my classes?
What do I wear the first day?
Will […]

By |September 3rd, 2009|Anxiety, Blog, Children|0 Comments

Jaycee Dugard: Three Answered Questions On Everyone’s Mind

Jaycee Dugard: Three Answered Questions On Everyone’s Mind

This past week the breaking news headline was:Jaycee Dugard Discovered After 18 Years with convicted rapist Phillip Garrido. This was a shock not only to anyone who heard the story, but also to her family.In the Jaycee Dugard case, as well as with Elizabeth Smart and Shawn […]

10 Ways to De-Stress Your College Life

 
I was speaking with an old college friend the other day who was talking about her daughter going off to college for the first time and how she was worried about her. Her daughter was afraid of how she would do in school and if she would have a social life. I hear so […]

By |August 29th, 2009|Blog|0 Comments