Tag Archives: Masculinity and women

Masculine immaturity is placing responsibilities before roles

In alpha beta misunderstandings, I made the case that that “alpha” and “beta” (and delta, gamma, omega, etc) are not on the opposite ends of a spectrum. Rather, masculinity and femininity are on a similar spectrum where being “beta” is … Continue reading

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The influence of hypergamy on attractiveness and relationships

Understanding attraction has always been one of the more interesting things to learn about. In particular, there’s always been different articles about the differences in what “men” find attractive as opposed to “women.” One of these is ideal male physique. … Continue reading

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Women need flavor with food

I’ve made the analogy before that reason and logic are like food and emotions are like flavor. A dish doesn’t exist to women if it is separated into individual ingredients. In fact, individual ingredients are simply distasteful. It’s normal for … Continue reading

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The varieties of dysfunctional relationship patterns

There’s 1 right relalationship and 5 main varieties of dysfunctional relationship patterns that manifest between husband and wife. I got a bit of inspiration from this post, but most of it from examining the permutations of issues that crop up … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about marriage, fear, and dread

I’ve explored this concept peripherally in the past, but I want to go back to it since there has been some discussion about it in other Christian and secular blogs. Specifically, Biblical Gender Roles and Rollo. In my opinion, the … Continue reading

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Take the job

I was discussing with some buddies the other day about whether to take the job. Now, the context of this should be a scenario with which most men are familiar. Man gets an offer for a job that moves to … Continue reading

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Vetting, risk of divorce, and the myth of change

One of the interesting phenomena I am repeatedly encountering is the fact that some women believe that people change so much over marriage that it’s impossible to predict what happens. Let me put this myth to rest. When I talked … Continue reading

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If somebody blows it big time then next them

This example is from RPW, but it applies to both men and women. My bf and I had other problems. I found out that he has been talking to his ex (not about getting back together or cheating per se, … Continue reading

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Answering questions about engagement

A commenter has written in about some questions pertaining to his engagement. I answered them, but if any of the married men commenting have experience with these questions feel free to offer advice as well. “For us, we’re at the … Continue reading

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Communication in relationships Part 1

Communication in relationships So, I’ve talked about communication in relationships. Specifically, as a man I strive to lead any progressing relationship directly and assertively so a woman knows what she is getting into. If she knows what she is getting … Continue reading

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