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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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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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Machiavelli's Four Universal Dating Tips

Machiavelli and his book, The Prince, may be among the most notorious and derided authors and works in history - attacked by the church from day one, and to this day, synonymous with deception and cloak-dagger-politics, espionage and subversive trickery. A closer read may reveal something missing in our understanding:

His original intent was scholarly and meant to benefit the world through what amounts to an elucidation of the male gender instincts (and quite a few of the female gender instincts as well.)

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Men Who Limit Themselves

We've never commented on this before, because maybe it's just so obvious to many - that women don't really care about your looks, height, hairline, weight and so much else that you are critical of yourself about.

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How to Keep Your Power Around a Woman

Many men fall victim to peer pressure or gossip pressure around women and are too quick to surrender power, allow lowered self-esteem, masculinity, or agree to what you don't agree with. Here's how to stop that surrender in its tracks...

The news comes in more and more in support of what you already know inside, instinctively.

I have two things to share with you today – one, a new research finding, and two, a conversation with a man who’s wild about evolutionary psychology.

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Getting Over Her Rapidly!

It's the age-old problem universal to all men. They may be already physically free of the wrong woman for them, whether they were the one to do the breaking up or vice versa. But...

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One of the great things about working for Men's Psychology is that we get to literally "discover" things about behavior on a nearly daily basis - subtleties about women, work, and your worth as a man that will make total sense to you, but that still have always been confusing, or maybe even caused you pain in the past. How can something that seems so insignificant be the cause of so much pain?

Have you ever been in one of these scenarios as a boyfriend or married guy:

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