Deb Link is therapist, professor, business owner, consultant, speaker, and aspiring writer who has been told enough times to start a blog that she is finally starting a blog. A perfectionist at heart, Deb has been putting off this project in order to research several aspects of this endeavor. However, after realizing that being a full-time business owner and therapist and mother of 3 children 4 and under, including a set of 2-year-old twins, does not allow time for such research, she is jumping in with both feet to the wild adventure of putting her two cents out there (probably sporadically) to see what kind of conversation it can drum up.
Deb has her MA in Counseling Psychology from Bethel University and an undergraduate degree in Bible and Educational Studies from the University of Northwestern, St Paul. After being raised in a conservative Christian environment marinating in all things spiritual (such as Bible sword drills, scripture memory clubs, knee length skirts, boycotts of Proctor and Gamble, avoidance of rock music that had hidden messages when played backwards, and swimsuits covered in T-shirts), she is now re-imagining her faith in a way that makes space for Crest toothpaste (and lots of other ideas and experiences that turned out to be equally enriching).
Deb lives in the tundra called Minneapolis with her husband and 3 children. She is far too serious for her own good and is currently taking suggestions for a hobby she could develop since she tells her clients having one is healthy. Chocolate covered cinnamon bears and How to Get Away with Murder are her two newest loves.