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Orlando Career Coach on 8 Ways to Start Over | What if you Lost it All

By |June 17th, 2009|

Orlando Career Coach and Counselor comments on career loss.  Watching the news every night I am reminded of the many losses people are facing as our economy continues to struggle. Recently a family in Heathrow, Florida was found dead from a murder-suicide. Investigators believe it was financial woes that pushed the father to his breaking

Orlando Career Coach | 5 Ways to Cope with Feeling Stressed & Depressed in College

By |June 5th, 2009|

Orlando Career Coach comments on ways to cope with feeling stressed in college.  A 20 year old college student was discussing her grades with another student at a coffee shop. She appeared anxious and fidgety. As I watched her continue to speak with her friend she reminded me of all the other adults I see

Orlando Teen Expert Counselor on Parenting Tips to Deal with Sexting Teens

By |May 12th, 2009|

Parenting Tips to Deal with Sexting Teens | Orlando Teen Expert Counselor

A friend of mine was complaining about how her teenage children are always texting instead of speaking with one another and was horrified to find out her daughter had just received a picture of a male penis. She was horrified that anyone would do

Orlando Career Coach Counselor gives 5 Best Ways to Get the Job

By |May 12th, 2009|

How do you compete and land the job with 500 qualified applicants who want the job as well?
Let’s start with looking at all the ways you find a job. There are 16 job hunting methods and they are as follows:

Mailing out resumes
Answering local “want ads”
Going to the state and Federal unemployment service
Going to private employment

Quick Tips to Handle the Grief of Job Loss | Orlando Career Coach

By |April 27th, 2009|

Orlando Career Coach & Counselor offers tips to handout the grief of job loss. A friend of mine who has worked with the same company for over 10 years was laid off recently. He was devastated. Providing for his family was what he was supposed to do and now he could no longer do that. Not only

Orlando Trauma Counselor Expert | Rape and Sexual Assault

By |March 26th, 2009|

Orlando Sexual Abuse Counselor on how Sexual Assault untreated can effect a victim of abuse. Shame, despair, and powerless are a few of the emotions that victims of rape and sexual assault may experience. These same emotions often interfere with their ability to decide to prosecute their perpetrator. There are also many thoughts such as,