Author Archives: Jason

About Jason

As "The Man That Men Will Talk To," Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC is a private practice counselor and psychotherapist for men and couples in the greater Phoenix, Arizona, area. He works with struggling men to find happiness in their lives, and with their wives.

Real Communication Strategies For Men

Real communication strategies for men, including how to express oneself, dealing with vulnerability and speaking in “I” statements. Continue reading

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How to Take a Break (A Real One)

How to learn how to take a break, and regenerate yourself through real rest. Continue reading

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Why I Work With Men in Counseling

Tweet As a counselor for men, people ask why I do the work that I do. For me, it’s personal, because I’m a guy and I have dealt with a lot of the things that guys have dealt with. Therapy … Continue reading

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When Your Spouse Starts Acting Erratically in Your Marriage

How to help yourself if your spouse starts to act erratically, starts to party and go out with friends, stays out late, or starts to have affairs with other people. Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Porn

Tweet I’m going to approach the topic of porn from a neutral position, even though it’s a loaded topic, and some may think that there are no ‘pros’ to the topic. I think the whole issue of porn had changed … Continue reading

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Considering Divorce: Things to Think About

Tweet If you’re considering divorce, I want to present several things to think about that may or may not be factors in your decision to do so. Divorce is not an easy decision, especially if you have a long marital … Continue reading

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10 Mental Barriers to Exercise

Tweet I’m not a sports psychologist – or even a therapist focusing on sports or exercise issues. But I am an exerciser, and have fallen victim to quite a few excuses or reasons to not do it, in spite of … Continue reading

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Bad Mood Rising

Tweet Your bad mood may have more negative effects than you know. It may – over time – erode good relationships, and even your marriage or intimate relationship. Everyone gets irritable or in a bad mood. You don’t have to … Continue reading

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Taking The Initiative

Tweet There may be areas of your life that might benefit from you giving more of yourself: relationships with kids, your wife or girlfriend, your work, your personal life. They all have one thing in common: they all take constant … Continue reading

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Speaking up for Yourself

Tweet It’s important to speak up for yourself, or learn how to, because one major consequence of not doing that would be that you’re forced to stuff your anger and frustration. When that happens, the anger is forced out in … Continue reading

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