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Having Relationship Problems?

Tweet Relationship problems don’t need to lead to the end of your relationship or marriage. Most often, they are a sign that you and your spouse might need some professional help in the form of marriage counseling. What kind of … Continue reading

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In Relationships, Is Not Fighting Still Fighting?

Sure, you and your partner don’t fight. But are you both avoiding your problems in the meantime? When you stay silent, it’s not necessarily “not fighting”. Continue reading

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Dealing With The “Nice Guy” Syndrome

For those guys out there that find it impossible to not “people please” and say ‘no’ to others, Jason looks at the phenomenon of the “nice guy” – the kind of guy that swallows his own needs to cater more for others’ needs. Characteristics of the ‘nice guy’, as well as helpful hints to stop the syndrome, are offered. 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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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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The Boy’s Brain

Tweet In her challenging new book, “The Male Brain,” Louann Brizendine, M.D. seeks to understand men from a neurological point-of-view. She looks to the understanding of men’s brains to understand the differences between men and women from looking at the brain … 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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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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10 Signs that Your Mate Expects Too Much From You

Tweet How would you know this to present itself in your relationship or marriage? Here’s some ways that might help you to identify if this is a problem in your relationship. 1. You feel not good enough a lot of … Continue reading

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