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Stalkers can love you to death! – 7 Tips on Handling Stalkers

By now, many of you have heard the tragic story of the young woman, Alissa Blanton, who was murdered by her stalker of two years.

Have you yourself heard statements like “I can’t live without you?” “If I can’t have you, no one else can?” “I’d die without you?” from men who claim to “love” […]

By |February 24th, 2010|Adults, Couples, Dating, Laura Bravo, Marriage, Media, Relationships, Teens, Updates|0 Comments

Private Drugs in Private Schools

It is often believed by educators, counselors, and parents that children and adolescents are shielded from drugs and alcohol, in the private school sector. However, children and adolescents are part of a much larger society, of which private schooling is only a part. Furthermore, the face of private school is changing as students matriculate […]

By |January 28th, 2010|Addictions, Alcohol, Blog, Drug, Parenting, Teens|0 Comments

When to Talk to Your Kids about Sex – HPV Vaccine for Children?

Psychologists used to recommend talking about sex a year before puberty, but now children on average are exposed to pornography at age 8 due to the internet and pop ups. So families are scrambling about how to talk to an 8 or 9 year old about sex. Additionally, the Center for Disease Control and […]

By |January 11th, 2010|Blog, Children, Dating, Family, Hooking Up, Parenting, Teens, The Hook Up Mentality|0 Comments

10 Ways to Recover After Losing Your Job

I was in the grocery store the other day overhearing a conversation about someone losing their job. The next day I spoke with an acquaintance who talked about a neighbor killing themselves because they lost their job. More and more people are out of work and are having a difficult time getting back on […]

By |December 10th, 2009|Adults, Blog, Career, Social Skills, Teens|0 Comments

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

Five Top College Majors in a Bad Economy

I ran into a friend of mine shopping with her daughter who was getting ready to go off to college. I asked her daughter if she was excited about going off to college and was surprised to hear her express a lot of worry and concern over what to study. I know when I […]

By |August 15th, 2009|Adults, Blog, Career, Parenting, Teens|0 Comments