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Orlando Teen Counselor on Girls Gone Wild? Seven Tips to Handle Spring Break

Orlando Teen Counselor on Girls Gone Wild? Seven Tips to Handle Spring Break

What happens in spring break stays in spring break….the well known rule among spring breakers.There is no denying that spring break “activities” are full of high risk behaviors such as excessive drinking, unprotected sex, and hooking up (in more cases then not […]

By |March 12th, 2008|Addictions, Alcohol, Blog, Drug, Family, Hooking Up, Parenting, Teens|1 Comment

Steps to Prevent Teen Pregnancy – Jamie Lynn Spears

“She was my good girl . . . she was ashamed of her sister’s behavior over the past couple of years and swore to learn from her mistakes . . . she was always home by curfew . . . she’s my baby.” These are quotes from Lynn Spears mother of Brittany and Jamie […]

Alcohol & Risky Teen & College Student Behavior

There are many factors influencing teens to drink, but one of the most prevalent is that drinking it is an accepted norm in “teen society”. Many teens use alcohol as a way to establish positive relationships with their peers, since their culture links popularity with the ability to party. They also tend to regard […]

By |January 2nd, 2008|Addictions, Alcohol, Blog, Hooking Up, Parenting, Teens, The Hook Up Mentality|0 Comments

Mental Toughness & Sports Science: 1 yard away from a touchdown

Do you feel in life that you are so close to having that sale, that big promotion at work, or just so close to the finish line? Many of us in life and in the sports arena struggle with believing that we can accomplish the goals we set ourselves out to accomplish. Some of […]

By |September 12th, 2007|Blog, Sports Psychology, Teens|1 Comment

Anxiety: The Unseen Monster

Does it seem like an unseen monster lurks around the corner? Does fear and worry weigh you down? Frustrated because you feeling like nothing will ever change? Everyone experiences anxiety as it is a normal response to threatening situations; however, for some people it becomes a disabling response to life. Irrational responses to everyday […]

Positive Conflict Resolution for Children, Adolescents and Families with Less Yelling?

“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 resentful toward the person and attempts to be more covert in hurting or provoking the victim the […]