About Kurt Smith, Psy.D., LMFT, LPCC, AFC
Dr. Kurt Smith is the Clinical Director of Guy Stuff Counseling & Coaching and writes a blog about the issues facing men (and the women who love them). As an expert in understanding men, their partners, and the unique relationship challenges couples face today, he regularly appears on The Huffington Post, NerdWallet and PsychCentral. Dr. Kurt is a lover of dogs, sarcasm, everything outdoors, and helping those seeking to make their lives and relationships better. Check out his weekly tips on Facebook or Twitter.
Articles by Kurt Smith, Psy.D., LMFT, LPCC, AFC:
Recognizing Depression in Your Partner
Can Cheating Ever Be Okay?
Does Your Relationship Have Positive or Negative Power Struggles?
What Is the Difference Between Supporting and Enabling?
What Is Revenge Porn?
4 Ways to Prevent Being Tempted to Cheat
Do You Have Trouble Getting Past an Argument?
The Damage of Fearing Failure
The Mind Games We Play with Aging
Is the News Ruining Your Life?
What to Do When Your Friends Divorce
Is Your Partner Jealous of Your Child?
How Do You Know if You Are Depressed or Just Sad?
Why You Shouldn’t Try to Keep Up with the Joneses
7 Ways to Spot a Lie
Five Things to Do After Your Divorce to Help You Thrive
5 Pieces of Advice to My Quarter-Century Self
7 Red Flags to Watch Out for in a New Relationship
Why Procrastination Isn’t So Bad
Six Tips for Dealing with Family Drama During the Holidays
Is Your Man Cheating on You with His Smartphone?
Smart Tips for Couples When One Partner Makes More Money
How to Know if Summer Love Can Last
How to Deal with Difficult Parents
Why It’s OK to Go to Bed Angry
How Practicing Gratitude Can Change Our Lives
Why Having Work Email on Your Phone is Bad for You
Why It’s OK Not to Make New Year’s Resolutions
8 Tips to Manage the Pressure of the Holidays
Complaining Can Be a Way to Show We Care
Love is a Choice More than a Feeling
The Danger in Saying ‘I Can’t Live without You’
How to Deal with Anger
4 Reasons to Forgive but Not Forget
Silence: The Secret Communication Tool
The ‘Weakness Factor’: Men and Depression
Falling out of Love is Simply Awful