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Women No Longer Admire Men

Maybe you have at some point had a breakup. No, for sure at some point you've had a breakup, whether it's a divorce or simply the end of a string of dates. And leading up to that point you've felt a distance from her, a disrespect certainly or even a disdain.

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The Four Levels of Leo DiCaprio's Mind

I’m going to assume that by now many of you have seen the mind-bending movie, Inception, with Leo DiCaprio

I was whetting your appetite for Inception in last week's newsletter, and implied that there is something pretty profound in there for you to learn, not just about your dating life, but your own personal growth too.

It’s true.

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Secret-agent Comedian Skills

It's been quite a few years now that I've been helping men with specifically "man-problems" using "man-language" and in a way that specifically builds their lives as men.

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How to Be Sloppy and Still Win (With Women Too!)

It's been a long time since I religiously followed a sports team - probably as far back as the Pittsburgh Steelers of my childhood. They were an incredible sight to see, with the most exciting passing game known to man at the time in the form of receivers Lynn Swann and John Stallworth. Well those days have been gone for a long, long time. That is, until I discovered the NY Giants once I moved to New York City.

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How to Be Socially Viral, Face-to-Face

Some guys no matter how hard they try, just can't get that charisma going, face to face. Instead of doing it from behind a computer...It's not what you think - not "social networks," and nothing to do with the internet. Those aren't your real friends, obviously. They are entertainment, they are marketers (at least of themselves), and at best, acquaintances... until and if - and it's a big IF - you meet them in PERSON.

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The Unstoppable Underdog Male

You may have tuned in to last week's talk about "being a surfer, not an accountant." It was actually a two-part article, and this is the real juice: If you like "underdogs," cheer for underdogs, or are, yourself an "underdog" in some area of life as a man, then you are in for some seriously powerful concepts, strategies and skills this week.

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What the "Midnight Hour" Gives You as a Man

When I went to see Woody Allen's film, Midnight in Paris, I was told it's a "romantic comedy" about a bad relationship, and expected all kinds of lessons about attraction, dating and marriage. I didn't at all expect that it was going to be an equally thought provoking guide to career choices coming from our inexplicable experiences with the unexpected. That it would treat the two prime concerns of men in the form of women and work in equal balance, or how it is that the hour of midnight has a role in a man's life, were the biggest surprises of all.

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