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The Work We Love, The Work We Hate

Tweet Trying to block out or push back chronic negative thinking about our jobs usually means one thing: we’re not listening to ourselves. Although it’s tough to talk about “do what you love” in the worst economy since forever, it’s … Continue reading

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What (And Where’s) My Passion?

Tweet Gary Vaynerchuk seems to know a thing or two about passion. His book – “Crush It” – details the application of his passion, and how he built his family wine business into a multimillion dollar empire. In a talk … 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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The Right Tools for the Wrong Job

Tweet I like to identify universal themes in the work that I do with men in counseling, so this blog post is no different. I find that guys tend to operate in relationships the same way that they do on … Continue reading

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Finding Meaning in Work

Tweet The silver lining to the recession is that I keep reading about stories of people, like you and me, who are forced into questioning what they do for work, and if it still has meaning for them after all. … Continue reading

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Using Work to Avoid Your Life

Tweet I have been struck by how many men use their work or careers to avoid certain problems in their life, or, more specifically, in their marriage. Does this characterize you? Do you find yourself investing too much in your … Continue reading

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On women: being loved, wanted and seen (Part One)

Tweet In celebration of Labor Day Weekend, I was reminded that relationships take a lot of work to succeed. My reaction was “Of course I know this,” and then I thought a little about it, and about what constitutes that … Continue reading

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