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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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"Dating Skills" Can't Touch Courtship Skills

Anybody and everybody is a "dating expert" these days, from a guy who's had "a few good dates" to the guy who looks like Fabio...
There is something major coming your way within a month – something I am going to flat out give to you with my compliments - but I have to get you ready for it. Let’s have some background.

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Dr. Paul,
I purchased the VIP membership in November, 2011, and as part of my VIP
membership I received the Omega Male program in December, 2011. So I have
the Omega Male program. I would like to request a link for this week's
program, the Virtual Bootcamp on Female Psychology.

Your program tonight was maybe the best one I've listened to, at least for
me. I am working very hard on learning to use the Observing Ego, and am

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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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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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The Anatomy of Communication With Women

Freud infamously said it first: "What do women WANT?" And even if the myth goes that this is the one thing he could not figure out, a very robust body of knowledge has been built up over the years in the field of psychoanalysis as to what really makes women tick psychologically. Now that Valentine's Day is over, we want to take a look at the literal anatomy of communication itself - to see what lessons it might offer you in terms of your effectiveness at attracting, dating, and if you so choose - finding a satisfying relationship to a woman who's worth doing so.

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