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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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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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Heya Dr. Paul-
Last October I had a 1 on 1 with you over the phone. I told you about my great success thus far, and I can not tell you enough about how following your advice from that session has created an even bigger impact so far. I was hoping to do another phone consult within the next month.

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The Secret Science Behind Kissing

Nobody would guess that the prime reward for women the world over who indulge in romance novels and Disney fairy tales (all of them) - is also perhaps the very least talked-about subject among men.

It's no surprise. It's "kissing."

Few men would have the fortitude to discuss the most sought-after romantic reward to the minds of women among themselves, but being in the midst of an official, science-based program for men on attraction and dating gave us that very opportunity.

And wow did it pay off for our students.

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I was walking along in Greenwich Village the other night, when something struck me. I had always thought of New York as a city of visual enticement. Everywhere you turn from Times Square to Central Park, there is something compelling to see. It's crowded and noisy though, and once immersed for long enough, you tend to turn inward and seek some privacy through ignoring the very thing that stands out at first about it - the visual panorama of activity.

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Dr. Paul,
 
Thank you for an amazing weekend at the Omega Male Seminar.  I have returned home with a new passion for life so many great things to do.

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