Attracting Women

Freud asked it first, and about a century later, we know EXACTLY what women want and what makes them tick...

 Winning at Work

Men struggle with an "Achilles' Heel" but your own personal "Magic Bullet" cures it...

 Being of Worth

Something all people want and need, and yet we need to define this word before we can learn how to get more of it...
Paul Dobransky MD's picture

Being a Man of Inaction

We just finished another bootcamp for men in Chicago and are about to head to New York City for another one for men this friday-saturday, and I have to tell you how one thing strikes me: so often, men think that they have to be perfect in so many ways - perfect at their dating skills, finding the perfect woman to marry, and after a tough time of a long relationship or the absence of a dating life on the other end of the spectrum, many rubber-band to the opposite of what t

shadow
Paul Dobransky MD's picture

Being Respectful Does Not Mean Tolerating Bullies

I have something to say to you and you likely have felt it before but not had the words for it.

It's time to go back to basics and talk about something we almost never discuss on their lonesome - Personal Boundaries.

Let's begin with a recent news story - one of the many depicting men as "bad," "derelict," "shunning responsibility," "commitment phobic," or any of a number of other words or phrases that amount to none other than bullying.

shadow
Paul Dobransky MD's picture

Decades of Women!

We often lump women together as all being cut from the same cloth, and while to a certain extend it is possible to count on feminine instincts to be uniform across demographic boundaries - the desire for resources, a friendship/belonging to a group focus, appreciation of the masculine charm, humor, territoriality and even aggression - there are some fascinating subtleties to the drives and ambitions of women as they go about their psychological development through the decades.

shadow
Janice Hoad's picture

Steve Jobs Dies

I'm not a technical person and I'm a woman, so technical gadgets etc. don't play a huge role in my life the way they do for many men, but I have to say that I LOVE my iphone like it's a living thing.  I have raved on to friends numerous times about my awe of the technology that Apple created/developed with that phone and the subsequent ipad etc.

I have also always admired how Apple not only withstood the onset of Microsoft all those years ago, but excelled by using innovation and creativity as its centrepiece. 

shadow
Paul Dobransky MD's picture

The Three Levels of Intimacy

It's something so subtle that most men don't know it's there, but it's top of mind and of highest concern to women: the "intimacy" part of physical intimacy. Men would generally rather ponder the aspects of the "physical" part of course, but some attention to what's going on between the ears would pay off enormously in your ways of getting closer to women through a physical connection.

shadow
Paul Dobransky MD's picture

Completely Understand a Woman's Emotions

Have you ever been in one of those predicaments where you wanted to connect with a woman and couldn't, but it wasn't about tripping over your words? It was more about her just not seeming to understand you. She just didn't seem to get it.

shadow
Paul Dobransky MD's picture

The Four Types of Humor in Women

Tension is not always a bad thing. At least when you recognize that it is the same as arousal, and arousal is a neutral thing simply meaning that you have someone's attention.

On one end of the spectrum, allowing it to build too high becomes anxiety-ridden and uncomfortable, and letting it be too loose - too slow - causes it to fall flat and not be very interesting.

The perfect complement to a gift for creating tension with a woman, is the gift of humor - and the knowledge that there are exactly four main types of it.

shadow