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The way we feel is our reality. So why not shape our feelings to suit our needs and our situation better? That’s called emotional intelligence, and once you’re aware of it you can build a successful career, stronger relationships and a fulfilling life.

Types of Mens Feelings

Mens feelings and emotions have evolved throughout our history, from the primal emotion of fear to learned social emotions like guilt and pride. And tens of thousands of years later, men are still trying to figure out what they’re feeling and why.

Some feelings are important indicators that something’s not right. Jealousy, anger, frustration – these are all signals that you can choose to ignore or act on. Men’s feelings don’t disappear, so what we resist, persists. When we ignore them, it puts stress on our minds and bodies, negatively impacting our mental and physical health.

But when we learn to recognize certain feelings, we’re aware that we have a problem and can alter the course of our damaging or limiting behaviours. When we have a vocabulary around our emotions and we understand what they’re telling us, we can translate them into meaningful and beneficial circumstances.

Understanding and resolving your feelings.

Understanding and resolving your feelings enables you to prosper in your career, relationship, and life in general.

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Frustrated

Frustration stems from the difference between your current self and ideal self. Guidance and goal setting can lead to progress towards a realistic image of yourself.

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Understanding and resolving your feelings.

Understanding and resolving your feelings enables you to prosper in your career, relationship, and life in general.

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domestic violence

Why domestic violence is a men’s issue

Using violence to control others is not a solution; it’s an excuse. Whether you’re being abused or are the abuser, we can help.

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mood disorders men

How mood disorders motivate us to ask for help

Everyone feels depressed or manic from time-to-time, but when these feelings last and impede your ability to function, it’s time to seek assistance.

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Passive-aggressive behaviour

Man’s tendency to avoid conflict

Passive-aggressive behaviour might absolve you from conflict, but it can also isolate you. We can teach you constructive ways to express your anger.

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