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3 Simple Tips to Avoid Divorce | Avoiding DIVORCE before you get MARRIED | Orlando Premarital Counselor Jada Jackson LMHC

Orlando Premarital Counselor offers 3 Tips to Avoid Divorce before you get married. It’s not a far stretch to assume that impulse marriages, marriages that happen just hours after knowing each other, are highly likely to end in the days or months following the wedding. But recently there has been a trend of planned marriages; couples

Are Americans Safe | Paris Attack | 3 Tips to Minimize Your Fear | Orlando Trauma Counselor Jada Jackson LMHC

Orlando Trauma Counselor gives tips on how to face our fears in the midst of instability. The recent Paris-Attack is claimed to be the deadliest terrorist attack in over 50 years.

According to abcnews.com: The attack at the Satirical French Newspaper Charlie Hebdo, began minutes after the tweet from the newspaper’s official account mocking the ISIS

Family Grieving | 5 Tips for Dealing with a Terminally ill Relative | Oregon’s Death with Dignity Law | Brittany Maynard | Orlando Grief Counselor

Orlando Grief Counselor, May Angelastro, MA provides 5 tips for dealing with a terminally ill relative or friend.

On Saturday, 29 year old Brittany Maynard used Oregon’s Death with Dignity law to end her life. Brittany was diagnosed with an advanced brain cancer known as glioblastoma multiforme in January. After a series of procedures and prognosis,

By |November 6th, 2014|Adults, Blog, Grief, Mayeling Angelastro, Resolve Conflict, Updates|0 Comments

Lake Mary Counselor | 5 Top Suicide Warning Signs for Children and Teens | Greenwood Lake Middle School

5 Top Suicide Warning Signs for Children and Teens

It is with sadness that we learned this morning of the suicide death of one of our own children, a 14 year old male student who attended Greenwood Lake Middle School in Lake Mary. To make matters worse, the student’s body was found in a bathroom on

3 Signs of Social Media Addiction and What to Do | Facebook Down Call 911 | Orlando Bilingual Counselor

Facebook went down Friday morning a couple weeks ago due to technical difficulties affecting their API and web surfaces. According to the media, people were calling 911 to find out when Facebook will be back up. As we all know, social media has changed the way people interact. Social media has become the main way to

By |August 25th, 2014|Addictions, Adults, Blog, Mayeling Angelastro, Teens, Updates|0 Comments

3 Coping Skills We Learned from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge | East Orlando Bilingual Counselor

As you already know, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken the US by the storm. Celebrity’s and politicians have been soaked into this challenge as well! Amyotrophic lateral Sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. The ALS

By |August 23rd, 2014|Adults, Blog, Depression, Mayeling Angelastro, Updates|0 Comments