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Taking Alone Time Vs. Avoiding Your Wife

Tweet There’s a difference between taking alone time for yourself, and avoiding your wife or not dealing with your marriage problems. It’s important to recognize the difference. Men tend to hide out or avoid conflict (and their feelings), and I’ve … Continue reading

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The Problems With Avoiding Your Problems

Tweet Just because you’ve gotten good at avoiding your problems, doesn’t mean that they’ve gone away. In fact, more often than not, they will fester and grow, coming out in all sorts of unexpected places in your life: self-esteem, other … Continue reading

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How to Stop Avoiding Your Problems

For a lot of men, dealing with their problems means putting them off, not attending to them or simply burying their head in the sand. Here’s a quick article to help you start dealing with this unattended problems, so they won’t build up and fester over time. Continue reading

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