Monthly Archives: May 2010

How to Meditate: Reduce Stress in 5 Minutes

Tweet Meditation is an ideal practice one can apply in stress management, and has a host of other perks. Developing a regular meditation practice can reduce depression and anxiety levels, improve sleep functioning, and promote an overall sense of well-being … Continue reading

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Stuck in Bad Relationship Quicksand?

Tweet Out of anxiety or fear, guys sometimes reside in this perpetual state of limbo when it comes to figuring out if they want to stay put in their intimate relationship or marriage. Men make excuses for staying in bad … Continue reading

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15 Marks of A Healthy Relationship

A post about what characterizes healthy relationships and healthy marriages, from the counselor for men and couples in Phoenix, AZ, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. Continue reading

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Phoenix Singles: Clear Out The Emotional Blockage First

A post for Phoenix singles about clearing out their own emotional blockage to ensure greater dating success. 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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