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Are you man enough for therapy?
After reading an interesting article from the New York Times here, I thought it would be good timing to discuss whether men in our society are feeling like therapy is less and less of an option for them. To get … Continue reading
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Why therapy? It’s a fair question.
If you are the kind of person who still goes to book stores, you can find aisles full of self help books, celebrities and people-who-think-they-are-celebrities offering all kinds of amazing, life changing strategies in less than 300 pages. You have … Continue reading
Posted in Adult Children of Narcissists, anger, Anxiety, Depression, Mental health therapy, narcissism, Suicide, Therapy Tagged adult children of narcissists, anger, anxiety, Communication, dandy therapy, depression, emotions, men in therapy, mental-health, narcissism, private practice, self employed, therapy 2 Comments