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On Workaholism

Workaholism is a problem for many men, and we look at four key ideas to creating more work/life balance. By the counselor for workaholics and stressed-out guys, 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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Creating Better Work/Life Balance: Quick Self-Assessment

Tweet Guys tend to identify strongly with the work that they do. We’re taught that the work we do is who we are. When we meet people, at parties or at networking groups, the first question we usually ask is … 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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Maintaining Good Male Friendships

Tweet (reprinted from January’s edition of “Mentality” for men) Being the social beings that they are, women are generally more predisposed than men to seek out the support of their close friends when there are problems or challenges. Women are … Continue reading

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Signs of Depression

Tweet You may be struggling with depression and not know it. Here are some of the signs to look out for if you suspect you’re dealing with depression: 1. Lack of pleasure in things you usually find pleasing 2. Significant … Continue reading

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Looking for a Phoenix counselor?

Tweet As a Phoenix counselor for men, I specialize in helping men deal with the difficult issues they face: relationship problems, depression, work stress, anger issues, sexual concerns and effective communication skill building. My practice – Phoenix Men’s Counseling – … Continue reading

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Age Specific Relationship Challenges for Men

Tweet A friend asked me this really great question: “What are the specific challenges that men face in relationships at during each decade?” The question naturally led me to want to blog about it, and share it with you all. … 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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Money Talks to Have Before Marriage (from the NY Times)

Tweet Divorce tends to be emotionally gut-wrenching for the people who go through it (not to mention those around them). But most couples don’t realize that divorce can also be among the most ruinous financial moves anyone can make. Sure, … Continue reading

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