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'Men’s Issues' Category Archives

Men’s Counseling to Help Solve Problems

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“A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool.” – William Shakespeare Why is it that men, even in the midst of life’s most perplexing problems, cannot allow themselves to believe that men’s counseling might be a good idea to get some expert help solving those problems? Is […]

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Men’s Counseling

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“I try not to think about my life. I have no life. I need therapy.” – Keanu Reeves When some men hear the term “men’s counseling”, what do they imagine? Woody Allen whining to his psychoanalyst? Nick Nolte in Prince of Tides, crying unabashedly over his suicidal sister? Bill Murray as an absolute nut job […]

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Success and the Modern Male: Men’s Counseling Can Help

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“The tragedy of machismo is that a man is never quite man enough.” Germaine Greer Men’s counseling is in higher demand these days. Small wonder. There is more pressure on men today than ever. Family. Career. Financial success. And the biggest? The tacit expectation that they excel in all these areas simultaneously, using not only […]

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Therapy for Men: You Are Not A Rock, Nor Are You An Island

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“Men get affected substantially by psychological trauma and negative life events such as divorce, bankruptcy, war and bereavement.” -Professor Ridwan Shabsigh, Cornell University The lyrics of Paul Simon’s song “I Am a Rock” deal with isolation and emotional detachment. When their marriage ends, men often attempt to appear as if they are unaffected, “like a rock,” that […]

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