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The Cost of Always Holding Out for Something Better

September 21, 2009
The Cost of Always Holding Out for Something Better

Brett and Kate McKay write The Art of Manliness, a successful personal development blog that is tailored to men, but contains many excellent, thoughtful articles that I enjoy. Recently, they wrote about a general condition of restlessness and anxiousness in our society, a sort of general malaise. They define it as feeling like there’s this great […]

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5 Ways to Get More Control of Your Relationships

June 29, 2009
5 Ways to Get More Control of Your Relationships

“I have no power. Why should she have the upper hand? Once in my life I would like the upper hand. I have no hand. No hand at all. She has the hand. I have no hand.” George “We all want the hand. Hand is tough to get.” Jerry Willard Waller was a sociologist who […]

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Why Do Feminists Find Abstinence Intolerable?

June 23, 2009
Why Do Feminists Find Abstinence Intolerable?

“Instead of fulfilling the promise of infinite orgasmic bliss, sex in the America of the feminine mystique is becoming a strangely joyless national compulsion, if not a contemptuous mockery.” Betty Friedan US feminist (1921 – 2006) Many young women feel guilty and unsuccessful when they are unable to embrace a steady diet of casual sex. […]

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To Boost Self-Esteem, Stop Doing Stuff That Makes You Feel Like Crap

May 13, 2009
To Boost Self-Esteem, Stop Doing Stuff That Makes You Feel Like Crap

Today I welcome guest blogger Krystal, who has her own very interesting blog called Special K Treatment. She has a PhD in Clinical Psych, which immediately puts me in awe of her; I am a huge proponent of therapy, and have enormous respect for people who spend their lives helping others to figure out their […]

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How to Stimulate Demand in a Relationship Recession

March 13, 2009
How to Stimulate Demand in a Relationship Recession

The worldwide luxury goods market, once thought immune to the ebbs and flows of economic fluctuations, is likely to enter a recession in 2009, according to Bain & Company’s Luxury Goods Worldwide Market Study. Francesco Trapani, CEO of Bulgari, insists that he will not risk the company’s image for opulence and exclusivity by slashing prices. […]

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