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The Mechanics of Change – Acting out of the Box

Men and change

The Mechanics of Change – Acting out of the Box

Guest blog by MRC Coach and Consultant Paul Morris “Be yourself – everyone else is already taken” Oscar Wilde With all due respect to Mr Wilde, when it comes to change, the nature of the beast is that sometimes what is required of us is to actually become someone else. Or, more accurately, another version […]
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Men and change

Ready for Change or Change to be Ready? – Coming, Ready or Not!

Guest blog by MRC Coach and Consultant Paul Morris It is often said that no one can change unless they’re really ready to do so. That seems to make sense and experience shows to be very true. We can say as much as we like that we wish to change, but often, unless we are […]
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Men and feelings

Men’s Health – Emotional Wellbeing is not just about the F word!

Making sense of emotional health can be tricky for men. Getting all touchy, feely drives many guys away from understanding their emotional world! How do you measure your emotional wellbeing? Defining Emotional Health The Mental Health Foundation defines emotional health as: ‘A positive sense of wellbeing which enables an individual to be able to function […]
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Men and counselling

Dispelling the myth that men don’t talk – 8 counselling conversations with men

Men’s counselling conversations focus on many themes and tools. We don’t always have the tools to fix our lives by ourselves . Men in particular have many obstacles to seeking counselling help. A full description of these obstacles can be found here. Many men do enter counselling and will sit and talk about a variety of […]
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Men and counselling

8 Reasons Men Avoid Counselling

Many guys avoid counselling until they really, really need to speak with someone, and even then, they struggle to accept the need for help. Men will experience relationship breakdown, loss of jobs and homelessness before they seek support. The number of male suicides is still ridiculously high. In 2014 here in Australia there were 7.8 […]
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