What is Abuse?

June 30th, 2019 by posted in Counseling, Marriage and Family, Suffering

So, What is Abuse? The counselor cannot assume that a counselee is suffering actual injustice simply because the counselee presents with such a complaint. The topic is also difficult because the definition of abuse is so subjective. And, over the past few years the perimeters that have fenced in the definition have expanded from physical […]

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Remorse and Penance vs. Remorse and Repentance

June 10th, 2019 by posted in Repentance and Forgiveness

To properly counsel Biblically, the counselor and counselee must have an accurate view of repentance. Counselees come from various backgrounds, churches, even religious denominations. The counselor must ask good questions to help determine the root of heart issues, and part of this process is helping the counselee understand their accurate and inaccurate understanding or remorse […]

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Personality Tests and Biblical Counseling

May 7th, 2019 by posted in Counseling

Last week ACBC had a short “Truth in Love” podcast on personality traits. It was a helpful opinion from Jeremy Pierre that whet my appetite to write a bit more on the subject. My time in the business world included taking the Myers-Briggs (MBTI) and the DISC assessment. The Myers-Briggs evaluate personality “types” based on […]

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A Review of “Eating Disorders” by Ed Welch

April 18th, 2019 by posted in Counseling

Introduction   Anorexia and Bulimia are serious, habitual cycles of behavior. Bulimia is characterized by eating huge quantities of food and then inducing vomiting or some other form of purging. Anorexia is the practice of intentional, voluntary self-starvation. Often there are intermittent periods of bingeing and purging (a bulimic pattern). Both of these behaviors are chosen. […]

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