Times That You Should Have Grief Counselors On Hand In Your High School

When you work as a high school administrator, you may encourage your students to seek help with a variety of day-to-day issues from the guidance counselors you have on staff. However, when there's a major tragedy that affects the student population, you'll want to ensure that school board-approved grief counselors are on hand at the school the next day. Set up in private rooms throughout the school, these counselors can meet with students privately or in small groups to discuss what has happened and how they're dealing with it. [Read More]

Four Steps Towards Placing Your Baby For Adoption

You've recently discovered that you are unexpectedly pregnant, but know that you cannot move forward with keeping and raising the baby. If this is the case, a great option to consider would be adoption. While it may seem like an overwhelming decision with an unsure way of how to get started, it's helpful to know of the following four general steps to help you through the process: Go to the Doctor: First things first, you must go to your OBGYN. [Read More]

2 Mistakes To Avoid While Going Through Mediation For Your Divorce

If you and your estranged spouse are going through a divorce, you may have decided to go through mediation to try to settle everything out of court. If so, make sure to avoid the following mistakes, while going through mediation, so you do not lose your focus. Scheduling Mediation on a Day with Other Obligations Most likely, the days when your mediation meetings occur will be emotionally and mentally exhausting. Because of these circumstances, one mistake you should avoid is setting up the meetings on a day when you have other pressing obligations or appointments that follow later in the day. [Read More]