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Therapy Myth #3: Therapy is Mysterious

In this video series, Jason talks about how men fail to seek out the help that they need because of preventative factors such as expense, being seen as weak, or that counseling is mysterious. Looking at the myth that therapy is mysterious, Jason assures men that coming into counseling is not a “head shrinking” or will have you lying on a couch in a confessional mode. Jason talks about how counseling is none of these things, and reassures men that counseling is helpful and easy to understand. Continue reading

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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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Kicking the “Loser” Thinking

As much as you try to be and look successful, is there a part of your inner voice that says you’re a loser? Most guys deal with this inner critic, that undermines their real success in the world. Jason looks at this negative self-beliefs in this 2 1/2 min. video, Kicking the “Loser” Thinking, and gives you some tips to think about when confronting these negative self-beliefs. Continue reading

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Why Men Avoid Getting Counseling

Tweet It’s certainly to stereotype men to say that they’re afraid of counseling, self-help, or any other growth-promoting task. In an age of Dr. Phil, Oprah, Eckhart Tolle, and others, the psycho-spiritual consciousness has been raised, and so have the … Continue reading

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Phoenix Therapy for Time Management Problems

A post about time management problems and how to seek out Phoenix therapy for them. By Jason Fierstein, counselor and therapist for men. 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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How to Meditate: Reduce Stress in 5 Minutes

Tweet Meditation is an ideal practice one can apply in stress management, and has a host of other perks. Developing a regular meditation practice can reduce depression and anxiety levels, improve sleep functioning, and promote an overall sense of well-being … Continue reading

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Stuck in Bad Relationship Quicksand?

Tweet Out of anxiety or fear, guys sometimes reside in this perpetual state of limbo when it comes to figuring out if they want to stay put in their intimate relationship or marriage. Men make excuses for staying in bad … 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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