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Scared Little Boys

Tweet Men dealing with fear is one issue that is so common among guys, yet hardly talked about. Questions to consider: How much of a man’s defensive posturing covers up his feelings of fear? Are we really that far removed … Continue reading

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The Work We Love, The Work We Hate

Tweet Trying to block out or push back chronic negative thinking about our jobs usually means one thing: we’re not listening to ourselves. Although it’s tough to talk about “do what you love” in the worst economy since forever, it’s … Continue reading

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Fighting Couples: Talking Too Much?

Tweet One of the biggest problems couples face is not talking too little, but talking too much. Fighting and conflict result in talking more than need be, and couples fall into this trap because they say too much to each … Continue reading

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Phoenix Men’s Counseling: Leaving Your Taskmaster At The Door

Tweet One thing guys have a really difficult time doing is leaving their taskmaster at the door, and this creates a ton of relationship and marriage conflict. How? Guys – in their masculine energy – are used to employing their … Continue reading

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Phoenix Men’s Counseling and Therapy: Finding Purpose

Tweet Without a rudder, it becomes really difficult to steer our boat. We get tossed about on the seas, swing this way and that. The sense of direction is lost, and our journey is haphazard and without focus momentum. Finding … Continue reading

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On Nice Guys and Their Hidden Anger

Tweet (This is an excerpt from my upcoming e-book tentatively titled “The Nice Guy’s Textbook: On Love, Life, and Getting a Spine.” Coming soon and will be available at my site – www.phoenixmenscounseling.com.) Anger and nice guys don’t mix. Because … Continue reading

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Phoenix Mens Counseling: On Melting Her Hurt and Winning Her Trust

Tweet For women, trust and hurt are intertwined. I speak with a lot of women who hold tightly onto their hurt towards their husbands and boyfriends. This creates a “freezing out” effect, where guys become pretty confused, reactive and angry, … Continue reading

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Stuck in the Mud, and Hating Your Job: 5 Questions To Bail You Out

Tweet I thought that this article could relate nicely to the article on “yes men.” It’s about getting what we really want with our lives, and our jobs. Can you see yourself not at your job in six months? Are … Continue reading

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“Yes Men” Who Can’t Say ‘No’

Tweet Are you the type of person who, when it comes right down to decision making time, pushes aside your own desires and needs to meet everyone else’s? Do others say you’re you just too damn nice? “Yes Men” are … Continue reading

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4 Tips To Banishing Relationship Boredom

Tweet Ready to break the chains of relationship boredom? Have you been stuck in a rut for some time now, and haven’t known how to get out? It’s possible that, for some, that you didn’t even know you were in … Continue reading

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