Men tend to have fewer and fewer close friends as they age. That doesn’t have to be true for you.
The way many geeks conduct themselves not only reinforces all the negative stereotypes about geeks but it also chases women away.
Harris O’Malley offers a 5 step approach to figuring out your look.
Let’s be frank: rejection hurts. Literally. The pain of feeling rejected, outcast or unwanted is real. But it’s not the pain that makes rejection so difficult… it’s the fear.
Dating is hard. Dr. Nerd Love has some fool-proof strategies to fix your love life.
Many geeks carry around their bitterness and resentment at being rejected like a badge of honor.
Despite the fact that his body looks like it should be carved out of marble, Steve Rogers is actually evidence of the appeal of personality over looks.
Harris O’Malley on the cold, hard truth about the friend zone.
Just because you didn’t work out as lovers, it doesn’t mean that you can’t be friends – even good friends. But being friends after a break-up is tricky and takes work… sometimes more work than the relationship did.
It’s understandable then that we almost automatically assume that an infidelity is a relationship extinction event; that betrayal of both the intimacy and identity is the crime that can never be forgiven. But should it be?
Acknowledging your weaknesses and becoming comfortable with them is authenticity. Defining yourself by them and refusing to try to address them, on the other hand, is not.
This form of masculinity has failed us. It doesn’t produce men; it produces anger, rage, and pain. It teaches us that the only way to be a man is to aspire to be the worst in us. We can do better. We can be better.
Respecting somebody’s boundaries, on the other hand, is a mark of respect as well as social calibration. The guy who shows respect is someone who’s going to have far greater success with women.
Breaking up is hard to do. Even when all the signs are telling you that this person isn’t right, why do we want to stay? Dr. Nerd Love breaks it down.