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Asked 12th Apr, 2010

intereting topics in guidance and counseling

hello everyone... im about to write a thesis in guidance and counseling. but i really don't know how to start. i can't even decide what would me my topic. anybody here who would like to suggest? please help me,,,

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23rd Apr, 2010
mae laarni Lanas
thanks

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12th Apr, 2010
Hussien Abdelbaky
Ain Shams University
lets talk about being frustrated how to deal with it??????????????????????
13th Apr, 2010
mae laarni Lanas
well that's an interesting one, im also planning to conduct an evaluation of the existing guidance program in the institution where i am connected,do u think that would be ok?
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20th Apr, 2010
mae laarni Lanas
thanks, but i think its hard, ihope sombody could help me, or suggest what should i do, :-)
20th Apr, 2010
Hussien Abdelbaky
Ain Shams University
well we will help each other no problem we can share benefits but first we have to see from where we should start
21st Apr, 2010
mae laarni Lanas
oh thanks! do you have any articles related to the topic? i think i need to have a lot of readings,,,
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21st Apr, 2010
Hussien Abdelbaky
Ain Shams University
we can start to talk about different characters of peoples and how to deal with them
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