Being a Man

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Like Superheroes, Your Father Never Dies

Once upon a time... He was your hero. In good times and bad, our fathers' lessons never go away, even if they someday do...
We’ve just finished a lean, efficient Expedition with yet another class of great guys, and the lessons are many.
By now, you’ve seen our new name and how well it really fits our mission with men: www.menspsychology.com.

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The Only Real Science of Hope and "Optimism"

It's been a real juggernaut of personal growth technology lately for Men's Psychology Magazine, and we've diverted from the pure dating and relationship material for men for a few weeks (maybe we are overcompensating for the high-intensity programs about to happen in Berlin and London in the next few weeks - all about women, meeting them, communicating, body language, reading their behavior, attracting them, dating them, selecting them for fit to your life, deciding on girlfri

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In a recent scientific study, women ranked photos of men smiling to be less attractive than photos in which the men were not smiling, or were brooding. The study helps explain the enduring appeal of "bad boys" to women, announced University of British Columbia in a press release.

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Lance Armstrong Needs a "Cabinet" - And So Do You

The trite thing to say is the overused phrase, "The taller they stand, the harder they fall." It's what people say when they've heard of you, but just don't care.

The spiteful thing to say is, "What a liar - he had it coming..." It's what people say when they don't know you at all, and just don't care.

The right thing to say is, "Why? And what does it mean for me and others who follow male heroes?" It's what people say when they care to actually make a difference in the world.

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Most Men Can't Do This...

Maybe you've noticed that with every month that some new social media site, or iPhone, or big new tech fad comes out, there are all the more ways for people to invade your life, sell you things, and even more to spend your time clicking on. but when you have a problem to solve, all you need to do is to Google the question for instructions, but sometimes it might feel like information overload - way more than you wanted or have time for, and far less personal and meaningful than you remember learning used ot be.

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Well, this guy clearly hasn't seen the Omega Male Program or he wouldn't be making nearly every mistake in

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