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Category: The Counselor's Corner

Exclusive articles by Eagle experts sharing views on health, fitness, family, art, food, fashion and community news. Click Here to Meet our Contributers

The Bully Proof Vest
writes, "When kids are bullied, they want nothing more than to make the bullying stop. Their inability to stand up is deeply rooted in their fear for their safety. So how do we bully proof our kids?"

Perception is Everything
writes, "In lieu of my normal writing I want to share some of my favorite thoughts / quotes that speak to our experiences growing up as well as our own children's."

writes, "How do we teach our children not to lie when we as adults lie as a part of daily life?"

Inadequacy & Service
writes, "Are you helping your children learn the skills needed to get through their day, or are you doing everything for them just to get out the door? Here are some tips for fostering adequacy that will help your child gain independence while easing your stress levels."

The Path to a Better, Healthier You
writes, "Anyone who has tackled changing a long-standing habit knows that it is not just about willpower or good intentions. Lifestyle changes include shifting mindset, motivation and intent. The encouraging, good news is that by incorporating recent research findings, long-term lasting change is possible without the help from therapists or expensive special programs. Here's what the latest research on habit-breaking and motivation suggests for a better you."

Misguided Goal of Revenge
writes, "At some point in time our children engage in behavior that is steeped in the misguided goal of revenge. They want us to hurt as badly as they hurt. If you find yourself responding emotionally to your child in disbelief, hurt, disgust or disappointment this is information to act on."

Misguided Control
writes, "We love our children. They make us laugh. They amaze us. They are intelligent beyond their years. They replicate us in so many ways. They challenge us to grow. The list goes on and on about the ways children are our gift. So how is it that we can feel so angry, challenged, threatened or defeated by them sometimes?"

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