Recent News of Relevance to Men
In a recent scientific study, women ranked photos of men smiling to be less attractive than photos in which the men were not smiling, or were brooding. The study helps explain the enduring appeal of "bad boys" to women, announced University of British Columbia in a press release.
An online article from The Wall Street Journal's 'Speakeasy' here describes how the tactics of top CIA operatives can be used to help advance your career or 'mission' progress. Secrecy and strategic thinking are vital parts of masculine instinct and are as old as men themselves. Where there there are groups of people there is politics and strategic communication.
A team of researchers led by the psychologists at the University of Freiburg, Germany, examined in a study how men react in stressful situations have disproven that humans always show the "fight-or-flight" response to stress. Some scientists argue that women show an alternate "tend-and-befriend" response to stress -- a protective ("tend") and friendship-offering ("befriend") reaction.
In his recent article in the British newspaper The Guardian, journalist Ally Hogg outlines the plight of the young male in the modern western world. A world it seems is now geared towards circumstances where women work longer hours and in higher paid jobs than their male counterparts. Excellent reading to accompany the recent newsletter article by Dr. Paul on this very subject.
These guys are serious about changing your attitude to life through 'going to the gym'.
Sound familiar? Well to get to the bottom of what's bugging you about your life try the Mature Masculine Power program or join the Mens Psychology forums.
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.
Summer break is here for most college students, but male students already might be yearning for a return to campus.