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Learning to Love Together
Avrum Weiss, Ph.D.
Coping with Covid
In many ways, men fear women in intimate relationships. See if you recognize yourself and your partner in any of these scenarios.
Men often go to the familiar experience of anger to hide what they are really feeling, which is fear.
What's in it for you?
Maybe there's no such thing as laziness the way people currently conceive of it.
Answer: Avoidant men and anxious women
How to stop apologizing and improve your relationships.
At some point in most couples’ arguments, one partner is likely to complain to the other, “You’re not listening to me!”
No, but they’ve done a great job convincing women they are.
Examining the parent-child marriage
Men's Fears of Being Dependent
Men are taught that they should not need anything from anyone.
Does your relationship feel more like a parent-child relationship?
Making room for women's anger helps men be more intimate with women.
The roots of men's fear of abandonment
Anger may mask deeper fears that need to be resolved for the relationship to move forward.
Understanding love as a behavior, rather than a feeling, means you will get fooled less often and make better decisions in your relationships.
Avrum Weiss, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, author and teacher with forty years of clinical experience dedicated to helping people learn how to change their lives.