Category Archives: Men’s Counseling

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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7 Ways to Be More Assertive with People

Tweet One of the most difficult things for people to do is to be more assertive and to stand up for themselves with others. In this post, we’re going talk about 7 ways that you can be more assertive and … Continue reading

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How to Not Stress Yourself Out More Than You Already Are

Tweet If you weren’t already aware of it, life is already pretty stressful and overwhelming, so if you’re doing things to increase your stress without knowing it, there may be some blind spots that you want to consider. Stress is … Continue reading

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How to Make Peace with Your Critical Self

Tweet People, including men, are notoriously hard on themselves, and many times have an adversarial relationship with themselves, which I refer to as a negative self-critic. They push themselves harder and harder to succeed, and then beat themselves up when … Continue reading

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How to Take a Break (A Real One)

How to learn how to take a break, and regenerate yourself through real rest. Continue reading

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Why I Work With Men in Counseling

Tweet As a counselor for men, people ask why I do the work that I do. For me, it’s personal, because I’m a guy and I have dealt with a lot of the things that guys have dealt with. Therapy … Continue reading

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10 Mental Barriers to Exercise

Tweet I’m not a sports psychologist – or even a therapist focusing on sports or exercise issues. But I am an exerciser, and have fallen victim to quite a few excuses or reasons to not do it, in spite of … Continue reading

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Bad Mood Rising

Tweet Your bad mood may have more negative effects than you know. It may – over time – erode good relationships, and even your marriage or intimate relationship. Everyone gets irritable or in a bad mood. You don’t have to … Continue reading

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Speaking up for Yourself

Tweet It’s important to speak up for yourself, or learn how to, because one major consequence of not doing that would be that you’re forced to stuff your anger and frustration. When that happens, the anger is forced out in … Continue reading

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Living Behind Facades

Tweet Facades can be designed both to protect us from those in our lives, and to turn us into new and more exciting versions of ourselves. They can misrepresent us by advertising ourselves as someone were not, or someone we … Continue reading

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