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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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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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Challenging Your Family-of-Origin Messages

How challenging family of origin messages can get you thinking in different ways about your sex life, money, marriage and your life. 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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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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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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