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Parents Solutions for Oppositional Defiant Students | Orlando Teen Counselor

By |December 13th, 2010|

“If you say that one more time I am going to slap you” and as this mother was telling me the story, I immediately knew the outcome as she recalls the story over the weekend in a restaurant. Whenever a threat is made between a parent and Oppositional student it’s like issuing a challenge and

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Orlando Marriage Counselor | Four Conversations That Can Make or Break Your Dating Relationship

By |March 21st, 2010|

Orlando Marriage Counselor asks are you or someone you know in a dating relationship? Are you confused as to what conversations can harm vs. help your relationship? There are conversations that you want to precede with caution with your boyfriend/girlfriend.

A “general rule of thumb” is couples should not keep secrets in their relationship. However, in

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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

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

By |August 7th, 2007|

“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