Everyone knows nice guys finish last, but how can you start winning the girl without have to become something you’re not?
One of the biggest struggles I had when I was younger, and a common issue other men approach me with, is losing your bid to win the girl for being “too nice”. Instead of throwing your hands in the air and complaining how girls only like assholes, it’s time to start solving the problem, and giving the girls a reason to choose you instead.
The solution isn’t becoming something you’re not, being a nice guy is a great thing to be. The truth is that being nice was never your problem. Continue reading “For the “Nice” Guys: How to Finish First” »
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” »
When most people talk about good sex (or blog about it), they all seem to completely ignore one of the most important parts of it: how to maintain consistently great sex. How to always have great sex, even after having been together for years.
I had never really thought to write about it until a client of mine asked me for advice on how to keep his sex life great. We have all had good sex, and we have all had bad sex. But the worst thing that can happen is when you find someone with whom you have great sex, only for it to eventually grow dull. If you are a man it is your job to work your ass off to make sure this never happens. Continue reading “A guide for having consistently great sex” »
Relationships don’t drive themselves, someone has to wear the pants and make sure things run smoothly and keep moving forward.
To be clear, it doesn’t matter who is wearing the pants in a relationship, just as long as they wear them well. There is no advantage to ‘the man’ always being the one in charge, but as a man it is your responsibility to make sure someone is behind the wheel. If your relationship is without a driver, it’s your job to step up and take control.
The first thing you need to understand to wear pants well, is what you need, and what you want, from your relationship. Continue reading “Dominance and Devotion: How to Run a Relationship” »