Tag Archives: Godly mindset & lifestyle

Nuances of marriage data: it’s really not that hard to get married

From what I’ve seen, there is a lot of taking the fact that women are generally only attracted to the top 20% of men out of context. I also don’t agree with much of the hopelessness discussion from the comments … Continue reading

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Understanding the right hierarchy for men unsuccessful with women

One of the pitfalls that men who are unsuccessful with women tend to fall for is trying to directly copy the behavior of men are successful with women. While this works some of the time with the behavior, it can … Continue reading

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How can a wife encourage (not nag) her husband to lead

This question came up on the reddit, and I don’t think I’ve actually covered a way for wives to do it without nagging. Essentially, Cane’s analogy of learning to “bow lower” is a good one for these types of situations. … Continue reading

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Meet cutes – are they common?

I want to circle back to Scott’s video which was posted in the extent of attraction and re-post it here again from my perspective. So Scott goes through the definition of “meet cute” which is romantic comedies (RomCom) it’s the … Continue reading

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Others becoming more mature in Christ and turning to Christ

Couple months late on this, but Roosh unpublished the rest of his books. In May of last year I unpublished 11 of my books because they were leading men directly to sin. That action was not enough. Today I have … Continue reading

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Prioritizing intentions and the process versus results

To summarize the past few posts, a husband is most effective (and godly) when he doesn’t fear his wife. His priority should always be fearing God by trying to do the right thing. A husband that fears his wife (or … Continue reading

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Consequences of actions and their impact on marriage

How much do the physical, emotional, mental, and other consequences of actions affect marriage and sanctification? Obviously, the answer varies depending on the severity of the actions involved: some, to a little, to a lot. One of the oft quoted … Continue reading

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The extent of attraction

There’s been some good discussion over at Jack’s on attraction: https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2020/02/24/probabilities/ https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2020/02/26/opportunities/ Scott’s video garnered some attention, and there was some concern over the fact that it might only be about 13% of marriages where the woman is ‘madly in … Continue reading

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Fighting against the system

One of the observations I’ve made before is that “bad boys” tend to go against the system and in doing so exude confidence. On the other hand, nice guys go with the system and so to many women don’t stand … Continue reading

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Biblically consistent decision making

What trips a lot of husbands up is understanding the general decision making process surrounding marriage. Obey God. Biblical marital roles and responsibilities fall under this. Headship-submission, love-respect, mutual giving of sex, etc. Consider yourself and your spouse (e.g. Eph … Continue reading

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