Al Heystek explains how sex and pornography addiction are real and, as with other addictions, can be overcome when acknowledged and treated with care.
This conversation is for men who struggle with abusive, controlling, and angry behavior toward their domestic partners and ask themselves "why?"
In a recent column for Sanford House's Excursion Magazine, Randy Flood reveals how—with just a bit of self-awareness —we can reduce stress and suffering in our lives. It begins with asking the question “What do [...]
What can be more painful than experiencing your children—your own flesh and blood—rejecting you? Telling you they hate you. Saying they never want to see you again. Declaring they never had a loving relationship with [...]
Since starting the Men's Counseling Center of Northern Michigan, I've enjoyed the opportunity to meet and share information with my peers in the community. I recently gave a presentation at the monthly meeting of the [...]
Who Defines What it Means to be a Man? As boys grow up in our culture, they are bombarded with images and messages about this topic from many different sources: movies, advertisements, parents, and [...]
Over our many years of working with clients at the Men’s Resource Center, we have found that just about every man struggles with what it means to be a “real” man. Many have been traumatized [...]
I recently read an excellent article that discussed how men and women respond differently to grief caused by loss. According to the article, most of those who attend grief support groups are women. And, most [...]
Jovan Belcher’s murder of Kasandra Perkins and his subsequent suicide is yet another tragic story of lethal domestic violence; man kills woman then turns gun on himself, only to leave an orphaned infant daughter. How [...]
The truth about anger management is that most people with anger problems attempt to resolve their anger issues by walking downwind from the problem, rather than turning around to walk into the wind of accountability [...]