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Hosting A Graduation Party

Hosting A Graduation Party

Senior graduation, whether it’s high school or college, may bring a fair amount of stress into a parent’s life.  Planning a graduation party or event can be time consuming and challenging.  There are positive steps a parent can take to ensure that the graduates celebration is memorable.  There are appropriate graduation step and etiquette to follow especially...

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Parenting A College Student: How To Let Go

For many parents of college students, especially first time college student parents, watching your teen pack his or her bag knowing that it will be your first and last time to experience this momentous  occasion may be difficult, but necessary.  So, how can a parent let go of a college age student? It’s not easy, but...

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Selecting the Right College for Your Athlete

One of the biggest decisions you are going to help your high school athlete make is, “What college is the right one for my athletic child?”  This article will provide you with some thought provoking ideas and factors that will help you make the right college choice for your child.   Begin by taking all the colleges...

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Mental Health, Stress & Depression in College Students

 In 2003, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, published the results of a study involving over 13,000 college students on mental health related problems over a thirteen year period of time.  The results of this survey were not only significant, but the findings indicated that the increases in college student depression, college suicidal thoughts and college sexual assault...

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Expert Parenting Books: Online Parenting Books

Finding the right parenting books to meet your needs has been simplified.  ScottCounseling offers two new parenting books that contain hundreds of parenting ideas, tips, stategies and techniques to help you become a parenting expert.  No book store will ofer you parenting information and advice at this price!     NEW! Copyright 2008 101 Top Child Development &...

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Millennium Children: Adult Children Living at Home

  Report: 78 percent of angry teens too lazy to run away from home. Researchers at the University of Notre Dame announced Monday results of at three-year study which suggest that an overwhelming majority of today’s teenagers who are emphatically frustrated with their home life are simply too lazy to go through the process of...

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Academic Success: Why Parent Involvement Is Important

Recent studies published by FamlyFacts.org indicates that parents who get involved in their child’s education tend to see positive results in the area of behavior, academics and social interactions.  This form of parent involvement is not “micro-managment” (controling all the conditions during a child’s education)  or “helicopter parenting” (flying in and pulling a child out of a negative situation), but one...

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Attention Deficit & College: Seven Helpful Hints For ADD Students

Many college graduates will tell you that paying attention to the “important Stuff” is key for anyone who want to succeed in this environment.  Besides being organized, attending orientation workshops and becoming familar with the campus before college classes begin, the follow seven helpful hints will keep you or your child on task when it...

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Get Organized! Helping Your Student Become Successful in School

“How children organize the many demands of their busy livesis critical to their success at school as well as to their personal sense of control and accomplishment.”      NYC Child Study Center Many schools encourage their student to use an academic planner or “agenda” to help hem get and stay organized.  Most 5th grade students on up...

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I Need Help!

Asking for help from a trained professional, whether it be a dentist, car mechanic, florist, doctor or other service oriented individual should be as natural as asking someone where the restrooms are in a public building.  Do you need help?  Counselors are available and trained to serve you! Ask a Counselor   ScottCounseling.com was created...

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