Category Archives: relationships

Bullying does not just apply to children

  It’s my own personal opinion that a counselor should remain unbiased, open minded and tolerant to everyone’s opinions, thoughts, and feelings.  It’s what we do.  It’s one of the reasons why we can help people as we have to … Continue reading

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Where are you now?

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“The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.” ― C.G. Jung

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Look who moved in over night!

Have the fairies moved in? Continue reading

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July- Make a difference in a child’s life Month

The month of July is Make a Difference in a Child’s Life Continue reading

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13 life beliefs that destroy self confidence

We all have that subconscious voice in us telling us things.  But how many of these beliefs are you telling yourself which are undermining your own self confidence. 13 life believes that destroy self confidence  

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27 Small Acts Of Kindness That Will Help You Lead A More Fulfilling Life Re-Blog

27 Small Acts Of Kindness That Will Help You Lead A More Fulfilling Life. To see original article written by Thought Catalog. 1. Pay for a stranger’s coffee without telling them, so they have a nice surprise when they approach the … Continue reading

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How to become more resiliency from Psychology Today

Webster defines Resiliency as ” the ability of something to return to its original shape after it has been pulled, stretched, pressed, bent, etc.”  Stress often causes us to feel like we’ve been stretched, pressed or bent beyond our normal capacity .  … Continue reading

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Keeping children safe online – 5 Steps

Originally posted on Mark Taylor Psychology:
Keeping children safe online – 5 Steps Summary: – start discussions with children about cyber-safety early, & ongoing – make dialogue about cyber-safety part of daily life – education: in particular about privacy settings…

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A therapist shares his thoughts on life…

A college of mine who is also an excellent writer shares his experiences and thoughts to help others achieve happiness and live your own “Thrive Life”.   From humorous to insightful look on life, goals and achieving your own happiness. … Continue reading

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