Resolve Conflict

Orlando Relationship Counselor | 5 Steps to Divorce Proof Your Marriage Before it Starts

By |January 30th, 2010|

Couples that set the below boundaries before selecting their mate not only Divorce Proof their Marriage, but they also report the Best Sexual Satisfaction.

Living apart Before You Marry-A British government study found that couples who lived together before marriage are at least 40 percent more likely to divorce within 15 years of their weddings,

Orlando Career Counselor on 10 Warning Signs of Mental Instability in the Workplace

By |November 10th, 2009|

With the recent shootings in Downtown Orlando by Jason Rodriquez, many people find it hard to go to work without being paranoid something similar might happen to them. Many people are left wondering how they could avoid the same kind of danger. Are there ways to prevent this kind of violence in the workplace?
Not every

Orlando ODD Defiant Teen Counselor on The 4 Avoidable & Parenting the Difficult Defiant Child

By |October 16th, 2009|

*’!#$ 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 in

Lake Mary Marriage and Family Counselor | 4 Ways Troubled Marriages Produce Troubled Kids

By |November 17th, 2008|

Lake Mary marriage and family therapists offer ways that trouble marriages produce troubled kids. Do you value your children’s future? Of course you do or you would not be reading this article! That is why it is important to give them a fighting chance at approaching life in a healthy and balanced way. You can

Orlando Family Counselor | Positive Conflict Resolution for Families

By |August 21st, 2007|

Orlando family counselor offers as simple conflict resolution program to resolve conflict quickly and get back to privileges.  “Sorry! Sorry! Sorry,” is what students/siblings receive over and over again, and then the perpetrator receives a time out, grounding, loses privileges or in the school, detention, work detail, time out or suspension. The perpetrator then becomes