Monthly Archives: September 2010

Comparing Yourself to Others

Comparing yourself to others, and even ourselves, ultimately creates a lot of suffering and unhappiness. if we can learn to deal with our own unhappiness, we can learn to live more in the present moment and enjoy what it is that we are already, or have already. Continue reading

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How to Define Personal Success

A post about defining personal success, and challenging some of the definitions of success that we have been given from growing up, from the media, from our peers, and from outside sources. By the counselor and therapist for men and couples in Phoenix, Arizona, Jason Fierstein. Continue reading

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Working up the Courage

A post about working up the courage to deal with risky or fear inducing situations, such as dating, jobs, or other life situations. By the counselor for men and couples in Phoenix, Arizona, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. Continue reading

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Increasing Your Self-Confidence for Men

How to improve your self-confidence first to improve your marriage, your work, and your relationship with yourself. By Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC, the “man that men will talk to,” in Phoenix, Arizona. Continue reading

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