WCPO included the language to better reflect the emotional and scientific nature of the topic. Dwylett and John Montgomery describe themselves as "huggers" and "hand holders. However, pain from fibroids -- noncancerous growths of the uterus -- and a partial hysterectomy in January had Dwylett suddenly and unexpectedly pulling away from John. She physically recovered from the procedure, but the emotional toll lingered. The effect on her hormones drove away any desire to be touched. Dwylett said she felt unsettled, confused and irritable.
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The following is a list of counselors who have been referred to us by people who attend Crossroads, friends and staff. This is not a comprehensive listing of Christian counselors in your area; we know that there are many more well qualified counselors who integrate their Christian faith with their counseling work. The list is updated periodically and the information is subject to change. Alternately, you might find a counselor who is helpful to you that is not affiliated with a particular faith. Regardless of whether you choose a counselor that incorporates your faith into the sessions or not, we hope this information will be helpful in your search. Click here for a few tips to consider that might help you choose a counselor.
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