As men we like to think of ourselves as strong, problem-solver types. But when it comes to emotional and personal issues, we need to quit trying to bottle up our feelings and tough it out. We live in a culture now that encourages men to value our own mental-emotional health. Who hasn’t heard this from a partner or friend: “Take care of yourself.”
Increasingly men are recognizing that they have to do a better job handling their anger on the job, in their marriage and with their children. Feelings of strong anger and rage that explode on or around loved ones is a red alert signal that a man is not dealing as well as he needs to with his anger. This pattern of outbursts may be a man’s indirect cry for help. I specialize in helping men with these kind of concerns.
I’ve discovered in my journey that during difficult times as during some rough chapters in marriage that really taking care of myself means talking with a professional male therapist. I know that during those tough times that having a respected and trusted therapist made all the difference in my life. With personal therapy my journey transformed me from surviving to thriving.
I have a particular passion for walking with men who are hurting emotionally. I encourage you to call me. 714-318-1332.