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Twins: An Identity Journey

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By: Priscilla Dean, MA Licensed Professional Counselor

Identity formation is probably the trickiest issue to navigate as a twin. I can’t speak to male/female twin sets but same gender twins I know struggle with the “who am I” question with greater difficulty than those who are not twins.… Read the rest →

5 Ways to Support a Loved One with an Eating Disorder

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By Priscilla Dean, MA Licensed Professional Counselor

Being a parent, family member or friend of someone struggling with an eating disorder is never easy. Many people worry about a loved one’s health, but they also don’t know how they can help.… Read the rest →

Who Is This Adult in Place of My Child?: Coping With Teens in Transition

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by Priscilla Dean, LPC

Parents and teenagers inevitably experience all kinds of conflict. This stage of development in the teen’s life is fraught with some major shifts during the ages of 13-18. The same could be said of the stage of parenting development that the parent experiences during the teen years of their son or daughter. Read the rest →

A Stereotype Smashed: Women Struggle With Sex Addiction Too.

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by Priscilla Dean, LPC

When someone says the words, “sexual addiction,” most people automatically think of men who seek out prostitutes or men who have continuous affairs—certainly not women and particularly not Christian women.

However, this stereotypical assumption is completely false.Read the rest →

Fighting “The Negative Mind” of an Eating Disorder

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by Priscilla Dean, Masters Intern

I have always felt deeply for those who suffer with an eating disorder. In my years of high school and college, I have come in contact with many close friends and extended family members who suffer from this horrendous illness.… Read the rest →