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Plastic Surgery, Depression, Death | 3 Reasons Women Risk Their Lives

3 reasons young girls risk their lives!

Beauty or Brains? That is the question! Our fantasy driven culture answers this question with a resounding, “BEAUTY!” Women and men worldwide attempt to nip, tuck, and pull their way into humanity’s “10” club led by entertainers, superstars, and famous personalities. What was once only exclusive to theprivileged […]

Is Facecrack Making You Depressed? | 3 Tips For Coping with Facebook Depression

Do you spend hours of your day looking over the status updates of your Facebook friends?  How do you feel after reading these updates?  A recent study done by Jordan (2011) from the Stanford University in California shows that Facebook can make us feel sadder and lonelier.  Using college students in his research, Jordan […]

By |February 9th, 2011|Adults, Blog, Depression, Updates|0 Comments

High School Transition Tips – Hold On Parents!

“You don’t understand!” “You don’t have a clue what I am going through!”  “You don’t know what your talking about!”  If you have not heard these statements from you teenager get ready because it’s coming! However, during these transitional years, parent involvement becomes a crucial aspect of their successful high school career.

Student Fears – […]

Adventure Based Therapy to Accelerate Social Skills Development

Orlando ADHD Counseling Expert Jim West Adventure Based Camp to Accelerate Social Skills Development

“I was first!” “You are doing it wrong!” “I want to go next!” “Can I be first!” These are a few statements from students that most likely exhibit leadership skills. They are often told to go to the end of the […]

Teaching Leadership to learn Social Skills in Orlando | ADHD Counseling Orlando Expert Jim West

Orlando ADHD Counseling Expert Jim West teachers Leadership to students to learn Social Skills

Have you ever seen a Leader without Followers?

“I was first!” “You are doing it wrong!” “I want to go next!” “Can I be first!” These are a few statements from students that most likely exhibit leadership skills. They are often told […]

Middle School Transition Tips: My Elementary Student is Going to Middle School?

“The thing I remember most about middle school was how tough it was. You’re not quite an adult, but you’re not a kid anymore.” Jen Walters”

It is this battlefield of questions that we leave our children to face their own fears, tackle their own obstacles and to become their own person; and all too […]

By |April 22nd, 2010|Anxiety, Blog, Children, Family, Parenting|0 Comments