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From Secret Loneliness to Public Power

It's said that being alone does not have to be lonely. In fact, being alone and building your life is one of the greatest masculinizing experiences a man can have.

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Great newsletter, it really speaks volumes to my own personal life situation right now. Now I do have a tremendous amount of maturity and great character to offer to others.

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I wish I found this stuff back in 2005 after I graduated college and needed it the most. You see, I had almost no success with women until I studied David D’s e-book and eventually worked up the confidence to meet a nice girl, fell in love, and got married. As our relationship progressed she became more and more emotionally unstable.

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Immediate Respect from Women and Strength at Work

All it is is a simple circle. That's what I started with. After hundreds and hundreds of pages of the psychiatry texts of my training, hardly ever were Personal Boundaries even mentioned. And yet they are the most powerful force (beyond our passions), and one of the only forces that make us HUMAN (as opposed to advanced animals.)

 

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Can "Partying Down" Save Your Life?

One of the main principles of personal growth and maturity we tend to talk about at Men's Psychology has been that of "win/win" thinking and behavior. This kind of fairness to others and to yourself - respecting others while being self-respecting and honoring others while honoring yourself - can be a tricky balance to find.

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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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We all have varying degrees of tolerance for being criticized, and for how much, when, where and why to associate with coworkers, bosses and friends. As the world economy sputters and missteps - leaving many "trapped" in their current work environment - it sure would be handy to have a quick guide to recognizing the various brands of unavoidable criticism, while being aware of how to be a better, more constructive critic of others.

Perhaps one of the ultimate quotes for men on the topic of courage is that from Teddy Roosevelt's famous speech:

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