Love and Relationships

Happily Ever After Is Just The Beginning!

Lesli Doares, LMFT

Become the Man and Partner You Want to Be

There’s a common belief that women are more interested in the health of their relationships than men are. The problem: it’s not true. Women have been encouraged, sometimes to their detriment, to be in touch with their emotional side. Men—not so much. But most guys want to be good partners and good parents. They’ve just been trying to do it with one hand tied behind their back. Men are half the population and half of the relationships.

Marriage has evolved as an institution; mostly as a result of women demanding the rules change. This has left a lot of men at a loss for what their role now is. Kerry Lusignan, therapist and Director of the Northampton Center for Couples Therapy, has some great information for specific things men can do to improve their relationships.

If you’re one of those guys, I invite you to check out The Hero Husband Project. If you’d like to know more, contact Lesli today.