Ever woken up and suddenly faced the undelightful surprise of the woman you are laying next to? This woman you were so attracted to and really enjoyed being with, is a stranger who you have no clue on why you’re even with them. This case usually happens when a man chooses to be in a… Read More Soul Mate Myth: Blue Pill Automated Beliefs That Damage Your Love Life
Having studied psychoanalysis (psychic life and the deep, dark, and unconscious ways humans function) for over 10 years, I’ve found the simplest answer to understanding your relationship with your lover boils down to this: You need what keeps you alive. You desire those who give you what you need, but when you have too much of… Read More Negotiating Desire
There isn’t enough relevant information out there regarding how a man can attract the right lover for his life. There are more YouTube videos on watching paint dry than there are on understanding how men and women can have a long-term relationship that is satisfying. There are definitely videos out there, but they are categorized… Read More Where Can You Look to Become a High-Value Man?
“For every woman who commits suicide after their divorce, nine men commit suicide after their divorce (Kposowa A. J. 2000).” We’re going to get into the reasons for this statistic, but before we do that, know that if you’re living that hell right now and you’re looking for help, I’m a clinician in Orlando, Florida,… Read More Preventing Male Suicide After Divorce
I could tell you what to do, and be right about it, but you wouldn’t do it. Why should you? Those who tell you what to do too quickly feel that you’re a burden and want you to just go away or they’re just being snob nose jerks who pity you. When someone pity’s you… Read More Psychoanalysis is Not Counseling
Dr. Peterson speaks about Psychoanalysis and why Freud used the couch and it seemed to be misunderstood by him. “Many of those who seek therapy desire and need a closer, more personal relationship (although that has its dangers). That is in part why I have opted in my practice for the conversation, instead of the… Read More What is Psychoanalysis: Correction on Dr. Jordan Peterson’s View of Psychoanalytic Technique
I can come off as harsh to Dr. Jordan Peterson and how he practiced as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapy in general sometimes. I agree with psychology and psychotherapy more than not, but I disagree with them when it comes to core principles of the human psyche. That’s all philosophy though. A bigger issue I… Read More Who Controls Your Mental Health?
Dr. Peterson (2018) on his 9th Rule Assume That the Person You Are Listening to Might Know Something You Don’t spoke about the importance of summarization in psychotherapy, but there are some problem when doing this. “The second advantage to the act of summary is that it aids the person in consolidation and utility of… Read More Dr. Jordan Peterson has this Wrong: Psychoanalyst Don’t Change Your Memories
Usually my articles have had some references to literature of some sort. This isn’t that type of article. Here I’m just talking from me, saying anything, with the guidance of making my experiences useful for you. Or at least thought provoking and challenging. A lot of us exist and experience this world feeling unknown,… Read More Having a Career & A Love Life
Our insecurities can passively destroy our relationships or actively destroy them. Today, we’re going to explore how both work to destroy a relationship. The number one killer of relationships I’ve seen that isn’t spoken about is when our insecurities are so strong that we isolate our lovers from their friends. This is different from the… Read More Fear: Destroyer of Love