Depresculinity

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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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It seems like even Soul legends and sex symbols such as D'Angelo can feel a sense of inadequacy from time to time.

This article reveals that the great savior of U.S. soul and owner of a body women drooled over is now having problems living up to his stud status.

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This is my first post and I would like the give a whole hearted thank you for providing the tools that saved my emotional sanity. Mind OS has been instrumental in my personal development.
Here is my story and my dilemma.
I have been married for 12 years; have two kids, a successful career, and education. Two months ago I found out that my wife was having an affair with my best friend; I also discovered that she had cheated on me multiple times over the past three years.

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 @WomensHealthMag: "My favorite thing to do on Saturday is__." Read @menspsychology magazine "because, you know, I'm a dude." 07:06 PM - 01 Dec 12

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Rising to Power: The New Science of "The Zone"

Men are wired to worry about how they fare against other men. How do we stack up, and where do we fit in to the hierarchy? This ancient reflex makes perfect evolutionary sense. Consider that males, because of their larger body size and muscularity, hunted and killed in primitive times.

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Many a man finds himself defensive with a woman when the transition is upon us - the change from casual to committed in love, the choice between a better job and a better woman, and that raise and promotion versus not rocking the boat of friendship with one. Here's how to stop defensiveness in its tracks...

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Overcoming the Day Job

Q: My question is about choosing a right mission and about the moral issue of leaving a company just after having been hired. Last week I started a new job that is limited to one year. I am quite good at it, and the pay is very good. However, sitting in front of the computer screen all the day , this job has no potential to masculinize me or to help me learn to be in charge of others. I am thinking about quitting the job as this year might be a waste of time.

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