Why do we sabotage our romantic relationships? What are some of the most common self-sabotaging behaviors in relationships? According to psychologist Gay Hendricks, we’re not evolutionarily built for deep, loving relationships—we’re evolved to meet basic needs and reproduce. This means that we naturally feel uncomfortable when we experience intensely positive emotions in relationships. As a result, we often subconsciously sabotage our romantic relationships by picking fights, keeping a score, and perpetuating dysfunctional communication patterns. Here’s why we sabotage our most important relationships and how to put an end to this cycle.
When do women reach their sexual prime? Are older women more sexually prolific? According to Rollo Tomassi, the author of The Rational Male, women perpetuate the lie that they reach their sexual prime when they’re older and more mature. This is because women’s sexual strategy is to find a man who would be best suited to protect and financially support them and their children, and they need ample time for that. Keep reading to learn the truth about women’s sexual prime, according to Tomassi.
Do men want to get married? Why do men reject the idea of a long-term relationship? According to Rollo Tomassi, the author of The Rational Male, men have a natural tendency to seek multiple partners throughout their life and thus have no urge to settle down. Women, however, are more likely to seek a committed relationship. Here’s why men don’t want to settle down, according to Tomassi.
What are the standards men have when it comes to relationships? What do men want in a relationship? According to Rollo Tomassi, the author of The Rational Male, men aren’t interested in being in a monogamous, committed relationship. However, if a man does decide to settle down, he will do it on his own terms. Here’s what men really want in a relationship, according to Rollo Tomassi.
How are women manipulating men? How does feminism undermine masculinity? According to Rollo Tomassi, the author of The Rational Male, the women’s rights movement is being used to undermine men’s power and masculinity. To that end, women have designed social practices geared towards upholding their dominance. Tomassi asserts that those social practices now pervade every social institution and convention, including media, religion, law, and education. Here’s how women manipulate men through the feminine agenda, according to Tomassi.
What is Rollo Tomassi’s advice on how to be more masculine? How can you embrace masculinity with just three rules? In his book The Rational Male, Rollo Tomassi asserts that women have an agenda to dominate men. To combat this agenda, he says, men must become aware of their own value and embrace their natural masculine impulses. Below we’ll look at the three main rules Tomassi outlines for men to recognize their value, have more sex, build better relationships, and feel good about themselves.
Are women difficult to read? Where does this idea—that women are an unknowable mystery—come from? When a woman isn’t open to discussing her thoughts or desires, it is hard to figure out what she really wants. In his book The Rational Male, Rollo Tomassi says that women purposefully do this to manipulate men. Here’s why Tomassi rebukes the idea that women are a mystery and how to tell what a woman is really thinking.
When do women reach their sexual peak? Is women’s sexual peak related to their reproductive capability? According to Rollo Tomassi, the author of The Rational Male, women reach their sexual peak when they are young because that’s when they’re most desirable as a mating partner. However, doctors and scientists say that a sexual peak is when someone is having the most (and best) sex and is completely unrelated to their reproductive capability. Keep reading to learn about women’s sexual peak years, according to Tomassi vs. science.
Can you date multiple people at the same time? What are the benefits of non-exclusive relationships? In his book The Rational Male, Rollo Tomassi says that men should expand their horizons when it comes to relationships and date multiple people at the same time. Doing so will highlight men’s sexual desirability—in their own eyes and in the eyes of the women they date. Here’s how to successfully date multiple people, according to Tomassi.
Do you consider yourself an approachable person? Do strangers often come up to you to strike a conversation? What are some things you can do to appear more approachable? Being approachable can really change the game when it comes to your social life. If you appear approachable, more people will come up to you, leading to new friends, romantic encounters, and even professional opportunities. Here’s how to be more approachable and appealing, according to communications expert Leil Lowndes.