Author Details


Discovery Counseling


Member Since: 28th June 2010
URL: http://www.discoverycounseling.org
Occupation: Counselor and Life Coach
No of Articles: 5
About Me: Cheryl is a counselor and life coach with Discovery Counseling. Counseling is her second career as she has moved from a executive level corporate management Cheryl has a BA from the University of Minnesota, a MBA from North Texas University, a MS from Liberty and is currently enrolled at NCU in their PhD program. Cheryl brings her life experience to individuals and couples as they deal with issues of daily life.

Authors


17th November 2010

Parenting After The Divorce

STILL PARENTS ... Remember you may have decided to no longer be husband and wife but you are still Mom and Dad to your children. You need to always show your childís other parent respect. This includes how you act around the other and what you say in...

02nd November 2010

Counseling Children Involved in the Divorce Process Part V

Counseling Children Involved in the Divorce Process The divorce rate stands at 50% of all marriages, effecting more than 1 million children in the United States each year. This article is the final in a series of five that looks at divorce and childre...

02nd November 2010

The Effect of Divorce on Your Family Part II

The divorce rate stands at 50% of all marriages, effecting more than 1 million children in the United States each year. This is the second in series of articles that looks at divorce and children and focuses on the general effect of divorce. The other a...

02nd November 2010

The Changing View of Divorce Part I

This article is the first in a five part series of articles that looks at divorce and the children involved in the divorce. This article examines the change in cultural attitude toward divorce. Child development patterns have been studied and developmen...

02nd November 2010

Pointers for Parents --- How to get your teenís back on a school time sleep pattern.

Shortened total sleep time, erratic sleep/wake schedules, late bed and rise times, and poor sleep quality are have all been shown to be negatively associated with academic performance for kids from middle school through the college years. One study found...