Browsing Category Men’s Coaching and Counselling

Men and Anger – It’s Good To Talk

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Anger is a theme that is often discussed in relation to men’s issues. Yet anger is not something that is exclusive to men. So why is it that anger and ‘anger management’ are so often associated with men? Could it be that women generally are more comfortable and more able to express their feelings than […]

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Category : Blog & Manhood & Men and Anger & Men's Coaching and Counselling

Is Counselling and Coaching for ‘Real Men’?

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In many parts of society men are often groomed to be ‘strong’. I use the term ‘strong’ in the sense of not showing any weakness, not revealing any emotions or not expressing feelings. It’s not that men don’t have weaknesses or emotions, or even feelings … it’s just that some men have learnt to believe […]

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Category : Blog & Counselling and Coaching Myths & Men's Coaching and Counselling

Do You Have a ‘Man Cave’?

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I was wondering how many men have a ‘man cave‘. Do you? What sort of man cave do you have/would you like to have? What do you do in your man cave. What would you like to do if you had a man cave? Are there any particular ideas that you have, either fixed or […]

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Category : 'Man Cave' & Blog & Manhood & Men's Coaching and Counselling & Men's Groups

Perfection or Excellence?

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Do you think that what you do is never good enough? Do you chronically procrastinate, constantly waiting on more information to make your document perfect, hunt websites endlessly to find the best hotel, or end up ordering pizza because you can’t decide which restaurant to go to? Perfectionism is something I see a lot as […]

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Category : Blog & Men's Coaching and Counselling & Procrastination & Young Men

Divide and Conquer

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Not usually words that I would use as they bring up such strong images of war. But for some men, there is an internal battle being waged daily, a battle to keep up appearances, to not let the family down, to perform at work – all while feeling overwhelmed, hopeless, and worth nothing to nobody. […]

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Category : Blog & Counselling and Coaching Myths & Depression & Manhood & Men's Coaching and Counselling & Uncategorized & Young Men

6 tips to help you manage your anxieties that lead to procrastination

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You’ve taken on a new project, full of excitement about the possibilities, agreed to deadlines and there’s a clear idea in your mind of what you intend to do and how great its going to be. You want the project to be amazing and deliver on so many levels but things get in the way […]

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Category : Anxiety & Meditation for Men & Men's Coaching and Counselling & Procrastination