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The Codependency Orbit

Stopping the cycle of relationship codependency is difficult for a lot of men, but it can be done. Orbiting through codependency around one’s partner does damage to the relationship, and to the orbiting man. Here’s some tips to stop the orbiting in its tracks. Continue reading

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“Do I Stay or Do I Go”: The Hardest Relationship Question

A post to help men and women struggling with deciding whether to stay in their current relationships or marriages, with some tips and insights for making a decision. By the counselor for men and couples in Phoenix, AZ, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. Continue reading

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New Men’s Group Counseling in Phoenix | Starts Sept. 6th

Stuck in a problem you can’t seem to shuck? Turned off to the thought of individual counseling? Phoenix Men’s Counseling’s new men’s group offers another solution for you. With support from other guys like you, sign up for an experience you’ll be sure to never forget. Continue reading

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Music For Many Moods: Summer Mix Tape 2010

Remember putting together your first mix tape? It was a way to release some of that pent-up teenage angst, and, if you’re like me, to prance around with your boombox-on-shoulder. Here’s a modern day version of the summer mix tape, by the counselor for men and couples, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. Continue reading

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Men Without a Rudder: Dealing With Unclear Goals

Tweet Feel like you’re lost and wandering through your life? Envious of those who seem to have a clear route to their own personal success? Many men I speak with feel this way, and blame not knowing what they want, … Continue reading

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Stuck in a Rut? 5 Things to Think About First

A post about identifying how we get stuck in a rut, and how to get out of it. Focus on relationships, work, and personal well-being. By the Phoenix therapist for men and couples, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. Continue reading

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The Boy’s Brain

Tweet In her challenging new book, “The Male Brain,” Louann Brizendine, M.D. seeks to understand men from a neurological point-of-view. She looks to the understanding of men’s brains to understand the differences between men and women from looking at the brain … Continue reading

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Communicating What You Really Want: Communication Skills For Guys

Tweet In relationships – intimate or otherwise – your single greatest weapon for success is communication. We have so much power in our hands with good communication, and we don’t even know it. So many relationships end, or fade out, … Continue reading

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Sex and Intimacy: What She Wants (And May Not Be Saying)

Tweet Sex, like other things, couldn’t be fundamentally different for guys and girls. Sure, the act is the same, the fun’s the same, and it’s an (ideally) satisfying experience for both. What could be so different? Women have sexual needs … Continue reading

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Glory Days: How We Keep Ourselves Stuck in Our Former Lives (& What To Do About It)

Tweet I’m reminded of Al Bundy, patriarch of the Bundy family, from the TV show “ Married With Children.” In the show, Al’s proudest moment in life was scoring four touchdowns in one game. He didn’t achieve what he sought … Continue reading

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