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No Good Deed: The Malignant Narcissist

No good deed goes unpunished, especially if a malignant narcissist is on the receiving end of it. This past weekend I […]

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Posted in Men's Issues, Mental Health, Narcissism, Women's Issues3 Comments

The Commitment Phobic Guy

Getting emotionally burned by a past romantic relationship, premature death of a beloved parent or romantic partner, or fear of […]

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Posted in Intimacy, Love & Dating, Marriage, Men's Issues, Relationships, Women's Issues39 Comments

Time for A Beauty Makeover? Things You Should Consider Before You Proceed

 Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.” Kahlil Gibran There are times in all […]

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Posted in In The News, Men's Issues, Mental Health, Self-esteem, Women's Issues4 Comments

How To Cope With A Passive-Aggressive Mate

Once a psychiatric diagnostic label becomes part of our everyday language, it often loses specificity in meaning. Passive-aggression, like narcissism […]

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Posted in Health & Behavior, Men's Issues, Mental Health, Passive-aggression, Women's Issues245 Comments

Men and Stress: Real Housewives’ Husband Russell Armstrong Commits Suicide

Some of you may not know of or watch the “Real Housewives” reality shows of American television on the Bravo […]

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Posted in Coping & Resilience, Culture & Society, Dealing with Stress, In The News, Men's Issues, Suicide2 Comments

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