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    Recent Experience - Would love feedback/suggestions!

    All very good points. Especially with the bulking bit. I actually gain muscle quite easily.... Fat also unfortunately lol I've removed bulking from my future workout routines. Actually just got back from the gym lol Thanks!
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    Recent Experience - Would love feedback/suggestions!

    Hey All, Went to a Meetup last week and met a bunch of dope people. One of the girls in particular stood out - cute, funny, sarcastic, and loads of sass. I invited her, and the entire group of people I met to go apple picking today. All, but myself and the girl I had eyes on were able to...
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    Not Your Friend

    Damn. This is ****ing perfect. I didn't even think of this **** lol totally saving this to memory
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    Not Your Friend

    Heyo, I've been going on Meetup events lately and met, and connected with some dope people. They're all around my age and there's this one girl I'm interested in. I joke around with her quite a bit, and while I've invited her out to go Apple Picking this Sat (she may or may not be able to...
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    It Finally Sunk in....Marriage

    Not wrong. Both parties slack on their physical health because of that long sought after "security". A lack of competition anxiety will do that to you. It's mostly complained about by men because we are physical creatures - women typically care less.
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    It Finally Sunk in....Marriage

    My mom is still single after her divorce too, although she is about 25 years younger. Older, more experienced folk like yourself are the main reasons for my stance. The emotional fire that newlyweds always speak of tends to burn out. You can't tell what life will do to other people, and how...
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    It Finally Sunk in....Marriage

    Why is not getting married a problem? We often talk about the successful marriages, but what of the risks involved? Are those risks and sacrifices properly assessed, and are they appreciated by the opposite party? Not even considering love as part of the logical equation atm because either...
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    It Finally Sunk in....Marriage

    I feel, this is old-fashioned, medieval thinking. I'm not obligated to do that. If I so choose, I can enjoy a life with my own ambitions as a focus, and keep a casual relationship, or not. I'm not required to have kids, but even if I wanted to do so, I don't need to be married to do that. I...
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    It Finally Sunk in....Marriage

    Sounds like a difference of opinion. Totally respect yours. I'm a male and I've never been married so the best I can do is learn about our needs from a generalized, psychological perspective as well as listen to the individual stories of various divorcees, and those still married. Glad to see...
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    It Finally Sunk in....Marriage

    Sorry, thought I added this as a reply - I'm new here lol: Even if she does work it's true. The psychological aspect applies to women regardless of their career or financial status. Doesn't have anything to do with strength, unless we're talking about physical protector-like strength for the...
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    It Finally Sunk in....Marriage

    It does from a psychological perspective - they've achieved security, and have successfully bound their mate in a legally binding contract..which as a result lowers competition anxiety. The list goes on.
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    It Finally Sunk in....Marriage

    Is rationally speaking, NOT a good decision for men. I'm nearing the end of The Rational Male and it finally sunk in that marriage truly only benefits women from a psychological, societal, and even legal standpoint. It's disturbing how men, including myself wanted to get married without...
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