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Lake Mary Counselor on Anxiety | The Unseen Monster

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Lake Mary counselor defines various ways anxiety manifests itself.  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 [...]

The downward spiral of hope | Complex Grieving in Children | Lake Mary Grief Counselor

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Lake Mary Grief Counselor discusses complex grief in children.  Hurricane Katrina taught us alot about the grieving process in children. Unless the situation was a dramatic event, such as discovering the body of a parent who committed suicide or being a war refugee child, children's symptoms are often overlooked. But unexpected deaths by natural causes, [...]

Orlando Family Counselor offers Conflict Resolution Tips for Children, Teen and Families with Less Yelling

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“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 next [...]

ADHD is a Good Thing | Orlando ADHD Counselor Expert on the Positives of ADHD

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Orlando ADHD Counseling Expert Jim West shows sides of ADHD as a good thing Stanford did a study that showed the learning style of the average person as follows: 89% Visual, 10% Auditory & 1% the remaining 3 senses. As we reflect on the teaching style in our schools we realize that the average student [...]

Orlando Anti-Bullying Counselor offers Parents, Schools and Student Tips | Seung-Hui Cho

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Seung-Hui Cho was bullied by fellow high school students who mocked his shyness and the strange way he talked, according to classmates. He probably heard “Sorry! Sorry! Sorry!” over and over again. "Sorry" a word forced under pressure in schools across the country. "Sorry" is what students like Cho receive over and over again, and [...]