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Working up the Courage

A post about working up the courage to deal with risky or fear inducing situations, such as dating, jobs, or other life situations. By the counselor for men and couples in Phoenix, Arizona, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. Continue reading

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How to Get More Support From Your Wife or Girlfriend

A post for men about how to get more support and validation from their relationship partner: what to do, and what not to do, to feel more successful in your marriage or relationship. 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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How To Fight Depression

Tweet Depression is a problem that affects millions of Americans each year, and many more people are not aware that they may be suffering from it. Fatigue, loss of interest in usual activities, malaise, problems eating and sleeping – these … 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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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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The Happiness Factor

Tweet I think about happiness a lot. I think about it around this time of the year quite a bit, as happiness and the holidays are so closely wedded. I meditate on the nature of happiness, and how we go … Continue reading

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Why Men Cheat

Tweet Acceptance of cheating among men has actually decreased in recent years, compared to previous decades, like in the 1970’s, but In the age of instant communication and viral storytelling, cheating has come (and stayed) in the forefront of the … Continue reading

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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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