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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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In Relationships, Is Not Fighting Still Fighting?

Sure, you and your partner don’t fight. But are you both avoiding your problems in the meantime? When you stay silent, it’s not necessarily “not fighting”. Continue reading

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Dealing With The “Nice Guy” Syndrome

For those guys out there that find it impossible to not “people please” and say ‘no’ to others, Jason looks at the phenomenon of the “nice guy” – the kind of guy that swallows his own needs to cater more for others’ needs. Characteristics of the ‘nice guy’, as well as helpful hints to stop the syndrome, are offered. Continue reading

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Leaving Your Taskmaster At The Door

A post about leaving the “taskmaster” side of you out of your marriage or relationship, a.k.a. the side she continues to not want to see when you get home and start complaining. By the counselor for men and couples in Phoenix, Arizona, Jason Fierstein, MA, LPC. Continue reading

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