25June

Celebrating Graduation—What Truly Is Your Destiny?

Destiny is an interesting word.  It could mean “fate” or a “predetermined course of events.” The question is: What does destiny mean to you? Many people have the belief that their destiny was handed down from generation to generation. There are no thoughts of any freedom of choice. The challenging question becomes: What do you

  • Posted By: doctorc
  • Tags: ability amily area of study attend college balance be loving be mindful beautiful world behavior belief believe celebration challenging question change change behavior child congratulations cons courage creative creative ability deferments destiny doctors dream enjoy life experiences fate feelings of purpose financial burden freedom of choice fulfill fulfillment further education future generations genie genie in a bottle graduation graduation day grandparentsf happiness happy happy balance have courage history humanitarian ideal situation imagine influence journey life passion list of pros and cons major mindful money parents passion passionate personal life physcian pivotal question play positions powerful pressure profession professional life professional web pros purpose reality relive history restrictions school see the future self-esteem self-wroth speciality stand up for others stand up for yourself student loans suicide teach teach others teachers the right thinker thinkers thoughts trade school truth tuition wish words work
  • Comments: 0
21June

Ask Dr. Christina: Empty Nester

QUESTION: I am writing to you because my daughter is leaving for college and I feel so lost. I can remember the first time when she went to kindergarten and how hard it was to let her go into that school for those eight hours. I could remember her crying and not wanting to leave me. It took all my strength to let her go. Can you please help me with some advice as to how to cope with this loss?

  • Posted By: doctorc
  • Tags: alone ask dr. christina chauffer children college Computer daughter Dr. Christina educate empathize feelings graduate high school grown up high school holidays home internet ipad leaving for college life lost love respect me time mobile technology only child pride proud relationship sad safety self-defense class self-discovery seniors single mom skype summer vacation take time take time for yourself technology texting trust volleyball tournaments you time
  • Comments: 0
11June

Killer Thoughts: Grief Can Kill

We have all heard stories about how having negative beliefs can affect our health. Negative beliefs can affect our hearts, which can lead us to having a heart attack. Negative beliefs can also affect our blood pressure, which can lead us to having a stroke. It can even decrease our immune systems, which allows our

  • Posted By: doctorc
  • Tags: affect anxiety baby bacterial bacterial infection blood pressure blood sugar body broken heart cancer chronic stress counselor dail stresses death death of a parent death of a spouse debt depression diabetic die of a broken heart doctor dying elderly couple emotional emotions families family family members fears financial problems friends grief grieving group grieving process heal healing health heart heart attack heart doppler heartbeat hearts home life immune systems incisions infections integrative medicine integrative medicine doctor kidnap loss loss of a loved one massive emotional impact massive heart attack mind negative negative beliefs pregnancy pressure soul stress stressors stroke surgery thoughts viral viral infection work life
  • Comments: 0
06June

Ask Dr. Christina: Should I Go to College?

QUESITON: I am graduating from high school this year. I am going to college, but I was unable to get into a good college because my SAT scores were very low. My brother told me I was an idiot and my parents told me that I was just a girl and I shouldn’t go to college. an you give me some ideas about how I could still go to college even if nobody believes I can do it?

  • Posted By: doctorc
  • Tags: accredited school anxiet ask dr. christina beliefs brilliant career career counselor college college tuition community college coursework cpa culture desires determined dreamer education finances financial aid financial aid office financial counselor financially four-year college friend funding goal goals GPA grade point average graduate graduating grants high school illness Ivt League language lawyer life mba night school parent parents physician proud SAT SAT scores scholarships self-confience self-esteem senior smart standardized test study stupid teacher test taker transfer two-year college univeristy vocational school
  • Comments: 1
?>