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24 February

If you are a man struggling with relationships or not sure about your place in life, you aren’t alone. Even men leading relatively fulfilling lives find that when they reflect on things there’s something that isn’t quite right.

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14 February

So-called “daddy issues” or “dad issues” are often linked to women who are struggling emotionally and acting out based on their relationships with their fathers. But the truth is dad issues affect everyone and even men have things they’ll need to work through to reach their full potential.

What are Dad Issues?

Saying someone has “dad issues” is a shortened way of saying there are unresolved feelings about one’s father. These issues, more formally known as Father Complex tend to create dysfunction and affect how we see ourselves.

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