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  • v. Alternative spelling of counseling.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Her name was Teresa Harnett, and wow, I just found her captivating and inspiring for her strong compassionate presence, her words, her expertise in counselling women considering abortion.

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  • Whatever your position on abortion, you have to agree that pro-life counselling is not a "precaution" in any normal sense of the word, any more than those signs on the motorway "Don't Drink and Drive" are a precaution, rather than, say, an intervention.

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  • Sure, you can change your name as an adult, but by then you have 18 years of being known as Garbageface or whatever to deal with (possibly in counselling).

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  • Taking courses in counselling and looking at the dynamics of power, one thing was made quite clear to me, my job is not, ever, to empower anyone.

    That Word

  • Life without fluoxetine and counselling is quite tough and thankless, impending moving house is stressing me out, even though I can't wait to move, and work is monumentally depressing - when I'm there I'm either stressed or bored, there's no inbetween.

    The One That's The Longest For A While

  • No surprise that I took my masters in counselling, huh?

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  • The mother said she had taken the children to numerous prayer meetings and they were now receiving counselling from a church pastor.

    Woman tells how son,

  • In April this year it made me very depressed and I ended up in counselling and on anti-depressents for a while.

    What really happened

  • It is often required that she participate in counselling; she is encouraged to consider the significance of her decision, and she must offer substantial reasons why the potential life of the fetus must be sacrificed and why bearing a child would do her real harm.

    On Abortion: A Lincolnian Position

  • Mr. Chairman, if I sound a bit exuberant when I talk about the fabulous potential of the Fundy tides, I come by it honestly, for the great Joseph Howe in counselling his cabinet in Halifax one day said:

    A Future for the Maritimes


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