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Men in Pain

Tweet Why do men in pain hold it in up until the last minute, and then seek out help when the damage has been done? Are men naturally predisposed to pain aversion? What would happen if men were to more … Continue reading

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Phoenix Men’s Counseling and Therapy: Finding Purpose

Tweet Without a rudder, it becomes really difficult to steer our boat. We get tossed about on the seas, swing this way and that. The sense of direction is lost, and our journey is haphazard and without focus momentum. Finding … Continue reading

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Self-Therapy/Understanding Self-Care

Tweet A lot of counseling clients that I talk with have difficulties knowing how to take care of themselves. They are so busy taking care of work, family, money and other life stressors that they don’t have the time or … Continue reading

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Phoenix Therapist/Counselor for Men

Tweet Phoenix Men’s Counseling – some of the benefits! – Learn better communication with your wife/ girlfriend – Feel more appreciated – Get “in sync” again with her – Break the “suffer in stoic silence” mode – Generate energy, fun … Continue reading

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Phoenix Therapist/Counselor for Gay Men and Couples

Tweet Looking for a gay-friendly counselor who you can work well with? Are you struggling with your partner and need to feel more at ease about your relationship? My counseling practice offers same-sex couples and individuals help in dealing with … Continue reading

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The Forest Perspective

Tweet People often talk about their moment of clarity when they shift into a higher awareness about how to tackle the problem. Some call it their “aha” moment. Some are less certain about what changes have come about but know … Continue reading

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The Death of Dating (In 140 Chars.)

Tweet (This article originally appeared in the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix Online’s August 14, 2009 edition.) I’m not mourning the death of the traditional dating experience quite yet, but I do see the heavy use of social media speeding … Continue reading

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The Best Free Therapy for Guys: Living (And Not Compromising) Your Values

Tweet When we get in our own way, it’s hard to do a post-mortem on what exactly went wrong, and it’s even tougher to look at what we did or did not do to contribute to it. Whether our relationship … Continue reading

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Guys, Relationships and Porn: Part Deux

Tweet If you suspect that the use of pornography is coming between you and your wife or girlfriend, it probably is. It’s not something that’s totally comfortable for guys to talk about with their women, and yet for a lot … Continue reading

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On Nice Guys and Their Hidden Anger

Tweet (This is an excerpt from my upcoming e-book tentatively titled “The Nice Guy’s Textbook: On Love, Life, and Getting a Spine.” Coming soon and will be available at my site – www.phoenixmenscounseling.com.) Anger and nice guys don’t mix. Because … Continue reading

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