Things That Make Teens Angry! “All of the school work that is not necessary for our future.” “Locker jams.” “Overcrowded!!” “Writing complete sentences for answers.” “Only 2 bathroom passes per semester.” “Parents and teachers who refuse to listen to my point of view.” “Lunch Detention.” “Teachers who think they know everything.” “Being labeled … my…

With the expansion of various technologies, there is an expansion of information. This information and who is passing it on can have an effect on the equilibrium of the self. Some content can be considered as inappropriate such as fake news which has a roll on effect on behaviour if not considered effectively. A good…

Meaning in Life Questionnaire The “Will to Meaning” or desire to find meaning in life is, according to the late Viktor Frankl, essential and necessary for human happiness. Frankl was the founder of the existential therapy known as Logotherapy. In short, a human life is incomplete without meaning. No matter what else a person has…

If you’ve had the opportunity to find the right therapist, then you understand the power of sitting down weekly with someone who really “gets” you. The gift of being heard can unravel decades of self-proclaimed lies that appear after rejection, heart-ache, trauma, or natural devastation. Living in Florida, I know all too well the frightening…

Going Rogue! How Individual Teachers Can Improve their Students Behavior and Academics Without Any Support. Introduction Many teachers enter the teaching profession believing that they will fill eager young minds with skills and knowledge that will allow them to be successful in school and life. Sure, they expect a certain degree of misbehavior and missing…

Most children and teenagers refuse to believe they are so easily manipulated by their peers.  The average youth’s comment is “Nobody can make me do anything that I don’t want to do!”  However, research shows that 87% of America’s youth face negative peer pressure every day–on various trouble issues including cheating, fighting, talking during class,…

Author: Dr Pamela Beth Collman, Licensed Psychologist The Urgent Need for Competent and Compassionate Emotional Healthcare Services with Pregnant Women and their Children: Replacing Prescription Therapy and the Abuse of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) with Drug-Free Therapeutic Alternatives By virtue of the mind and body state of being pregnant, pregnant women may believe they…

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