Category Archives: Marriage and Couples Counseling

Money Issues + COVID-19: What To Consider About Your Finances and Your Mental Health

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Emotional “Gold Diggers”: Men Without Emotional Support Burdening Women

Tweet I read this interesting article this week in Bazaar magazine, which talks about the unfair emotional load that women carry from men. In it, it identifies this idea of an “emotional gold digger”, something that was coined in 2006, … Continue reading

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Better Ways To Be Emotionally Available For Men

Tweet Would you consider yourself emotionally available? Would your relationship partners consider you in the same way? If I had to rate the most important aspect a relationship for guys, that I think that they could improve upon, it would … Continue reading

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How to Deal with Losing a Relationship or Marriage

Tweet There are several things involved when it comes to talking about how to deal with the loss of a relationship, whether it’s a friendship, a dating relationship, or your marriage. I’m not gonna say it’s easy, or that it … Continue reading

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How 4 Things Will Change The Way You’re Emotionally Withdrawing From Your Relationship or Marriage

Tweet One of the hardest things that men deal with in marriage or relationships is to actually stay in it, and not withdraw or check out, either emotionally, verbally, physically or sexually. This post will help you to troubleshoot some … Continue reading

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Still In The Right Relationship?

Tweet If you’ve started to have the creeping feeling that the relationship that you have been in is gradually not working for you, there are either one of two problems: It may be that the skills that you have to … Continue reading

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Going Childfree

Tweet The decision to have a child, or multiple children, and to establish a family is no easy task. Assuming that you found a mate who wants the same things in life as you do, it can still be very … Continue reading

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Dealing with Sexual Performance Anxiety

Sexual performance anxiety can have physical or medical implications, but often times, our thoughts and emotions are blocking our ability to perform well sexually and enjoy sex. Continue reading

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How to Be a Good Husband

Tweet I spend a lot of time thinking about what it means to be a better husband. Sometimes I feel like I’ve got it; other times I don’t. I wonder how other men deal with this, so I put some … Continue reading

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Real Communication Strategies For Men

Real communication strategies for men, including how to express oneself, dealing with vulnerability and speaking in “I” statements. Continue reading

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