There is a lot of advice out there for men, but for one group of men who have never really had any success with women, none of that advice seems to be of much use.
So it’s for you, men, I dedicate this to the zeros.
Going from zero to hero has been everyone’s favorite story since the start of stories, and they all start out the same way. Our hero is a man who feels utterly defeated. Whatever hope he may still have for himself left walled off, knowing thinking like that only leads to misery. He can tell you every reason why he can’t, or won’t, and in a state like this it’s no wonder advice like “just be confident” or “just be yourself” doesn’t really do a damn bit of good.
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Just about everyone has known of someone who has tried an open relationship, and chances are it didn’t work out so well for them. The question is, do they ever work?
Open relationships are a form of a polyamorous relationship, where either partner is free to have relationships, emotional; physical; or both, with other people outside of the relationship with their current partner. In simple terms: you can be in a relationship and still see other people. Continue reading “Why Open Relationships Fail, And How to Make them Succeed” »
A man needs to have the courage to do what is hard, even talking about your pain. For decades we have been faced with the image of a man being the ‘strong silent type’, but what truly makes a man is his courage to do what needs to be done, and to speak up when he needs to be heard.
Last week a friend of mine committed suicide. He was a late-twenties, middle-class, man with a large network of friends and family, all of whom would have dropped whatever they had going on to lend him a hand. He was loved, respected, and is sorely missed. Continue reading “Men: It’s Time for us to Talk” »