Category Archives: Relationships

Don’t Admit Her Argument

This post examines how men inadvertently assume a subservient role whenever they defend themselves against a woman’s criticism, and how men should dismiss such arguments out of hand. Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Management, Fundamental Frame, Handling Rejection, Leadership, Male Power, Models of Success, Relationships | Tagged , | 6 Comments

The Challenge of Demanding Excellence

Solid science, logical analysis, personal testimony, the Red Pill, and Biblical truth have been allies in the fight against falsehood and deception. But the spiritual forces of feminism always stand in opposition to these pillars of truth. Continue reading

Posted in Influence, Leadership, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Persuasion, Purpose, Relationships | Tagged , | 8 Comments

Moulding an Excellent Wife

Moulding a wife’s behavior through recognizing and correcting the false beliefs that cause unwanted behaviors. Continue reading

Posted in Discerning Lies and Deception, Discipline, Guest Articles, Influence, Leadership, Male Power, Models of Success, Persuasion, Purpose, Relationships, Stewardship, Strategy | Tagged , | 8 Comments

Pushing the Line

This post describes how a man can demand more consideration and respect from a woman, and in doing so, receive positive, constructive responses from her. Continue reading

Posted in Attitude, Conflict Management, Determination, Leadership, Male Power, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Success, Perseverance, Psychology, Relationships, Respect, Strategy | Tagged , | 13 Comments

Cultural Ethics, Patriarchy, Chivalry, and Christianity

A discussion of the ontology of ethical systems, and some relevant intricacies of Chivalry and Christianity. Continue reading

Posted in Collective Strength, Influence, International, Leadership, Organization and Structure, Purpose, Relationships, Self-Concept, The Power of God | Tagged | 3 Comments

Disciplined, Submissive, Happy Wives

This post reviews the author’s application of a relational theory which was covered in a previous post, regarding conflict structure. Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Management, Determination, Discipline, Leadership, Male Power, Models of Success, Relationships | Tagged , | 11 Comments

The Pygmalion Project vs. Shared Enterprises

The Pygmalion Effect is the general habit of focusing on the weaknesses in a partner, which only leads to an exacerbation of the perceived problems. Sharing an enterprise is illustrated as one way to upset and displace the Pygmalion interaction dynamic. Continue reading

Posted in Collective Strength, Conflict Management, Leadership, Male Power, Models of Success, Organization and Structure, Psychology, Purpose, Relationships, Strategy | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

13 Disciplines in Dealing with Delectable Daughters

This post covers the moral challenges that men face in raising daughters, the dilemma that daughters face in coming of age, and some key points in raising daughters with discipline, confidence and purpose. Continue reading

Posted in Attitude, Child Development, Discipline, Influence, Leadership, Male Power, Models of Success, Purpose, Relationships, Respect, Self-Concept, Stewardship | Tagged , | 9 Comments

The Blessings of Flow

This post explores a few relationships between spiritual blessings and Csíkszentmihályi Flow. Continue reading

Posted in Models of Success, Psychology, Questions from Readers, Relationships, Strategy | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Review of vetting, virgins and new info on virginity pledges, from Christianity and Masculinity

Facts and common sense reasoning for men choosing a woman for a LTR or marriage. Continue reading

Posted in Choosing a Partner or Spouse, Confidence, Discerning Lies and Deception, Relationships | Tagged , | 1 Comment