Tag: narcissism

Redemption For a Douchebag?

May 12, 2016
Redemption For a Douchebag?

Bessie writes: Dear Susan, I’ve been in a relationship with Jacob for two months, and he’s always treated me very well. However, I recently discovered that he has treated other girls in the past like a “douchebag” would (including leading them on and using them for sex). I don’t doubt that he loves me and cares […]

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The Male Body Type Women Desire Most

November 12, 2015
The Male Body Type Women Desire Most

I’ve never understood why guys try to bulk up in hopes of attracting more women. The young women I have worked with are turned off by bulging biceps and popping pectorals. Yet guys with that kind of physique strut like peacocks. Not long ago, when dadbods took the internet by storm, I ran a poll to see which type […]

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Escaping The Narcissist Monster

September 8, 2014
Escaping The Narcissist Monster

The Narcissist monster belongs under your bed, not in it. Tomorrow marks the publication of a new book by Jeffrey Kluger, senior editor and science writer at Time magazine: The Narcissist Next Door: Understanding the Monster in Your Family, in Your Office, in Your Bed-in Your World.  Kluger points out that we’re all sociopaths in the beginning: […]

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How Narcissism Evolved

January 23, 2012
How Narcissism Evolved

In a recent post, Badger linked to Just Be a Man About It, a new blog that focuses heavily on the effectiveness of Dark Triad traits. [Women] are drawn to the allure of the street smart Dark Triad males. Why? Simply because these are the males who can best extract resources from their environment. They most […]

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Feminism’s End Game

January 17, 2012
Feminism’s End Game

Feminism doesn’t have many moves left on the board. Having achieved gender equity long ago, the ultimate goal is the full realization of female supremacy in society. The strategy has not been wholly ineffective. Half our population is now tainted with the original sin of maleness. Men are presumed guilty of inappropriate aggression and nefarious […]

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