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The Guy’s Guide to Beating Holiday Stress

A post for men about how to beat holiday stress and come out on top. By the counselor for men and couples in Phoenix, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. 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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Fighting Couples: Talking Too Much?

Tweet One of the biggest problems couples face is not talking too little, but talking too much. Fighting and conflict result in talking more than need be, and couples fall into this trap because they say too much to each … 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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