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Kicking The “Loser” Out

For a lot of men, the “loser voice” undermines their experience of success – whether it’s with work, relationships or just in relationship to self. Looking at Paul Newman’s “The Hustler”, Jason looks at ways guys can deal with that “loser voice” that prevents them from growing. Continue reading

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15 Marks of A Healthy Relationship

A post about what characterizes healthy relationships and healthy marriages, from the counselor for men and couples in Phoenix, AZ, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. 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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