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Once Upon a Time (for Men)

It was an unexpected posting in our forums at www.menspsychology.com/university - another one of those little surprise posters to put up on your locker or bulletin board - and the type that is so politically incorrect today that you could never buy it at a store. Except that while "incorrect" it's so very true.

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What the Hell is Wrong With Women Today?

It's a major claim to make. Something actually "wrong" with today's woman? Impossible!

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The American holiday, Thanksgiving, has just passed - a time for doing just as it sounds: expressing thanks for what you have in your life, and your relationships. Whether or not you celebrate this holiday, my guess would be that at some time in the past few months you wondered about an aspect of being with a woman for which there is very little advice, instruction or solid, step-by-step actions to take:

What does a woman's capacity to celebrate, and to have gratitude (for YOU) mean about her, and mean about you?

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The Universal Responses to Women's Tests

We've done a special three day series for you on the steps of sexual attraction from a strategic standpoint we cover at length in the Omega Male Program. This program's robust education you can then take to the streets using the practical applications of it in the Virtual Dating Coach.

Today's topic is the last step, and one which most men confuse or misinterpret.

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How To Know If A Woman Likes You

A woman likes you if she looks at you, if she talks to you and lets you talk, if she touches you or lets you touch her, and certainly if she kisses you or has sex with you. You see, there are DEGREES to “liking” and a DURATION to how long and how much you are “liked.”

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A Glass of Gasoline and a Pass to a Woman's Heart

There's one thing that's always bothered me about being taught how to give advice, and then giving it. It always felt uneasy to tell people "there's a silver lining in every cloud" or even "this too shall pass." There's something ungenuine about some statements even if it is true that every challenge does bring with it the kernel of new opportunity, and that every harmful thing that happens in life - every loss - if one waits long enough, will be followed by a gain, a recovery, and a win.

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Being a Man of Inaction

We just finished another bootcamp for men in Chicago and are about to head to New York City for another one for men this friday-saturday, and I have to tell you how one thing strikes me: so often, men think that they have to be perfect in so many ways - perfect at their dating skills, finding the perfect woman to marry, and after a tough time of a long relationship or the absence of a dating life on the other end of the spectrum, many rubber-band to the opposite of what t

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