Om Rupani and I talked about consensual dominance, especially as it pertains to masculinity.
Are you more ANXIOUS or AVOIDANT? How do you see Attachment Theory show up in how you relate?
Attachment Theory is probably the most useful model for understanding out relationship tendencies. This convo is with Joseph Teskey, a psychotherapist from Brooklyn.
We ended up speaking a lot on the application for men in dating... A lot of dating advice is geared towards teaching Anxious men to become Avoidant. (You'll understand what those terms mean in the first few minutes.)
We cover what's right and wrong about that, how men can become more secure, and how this all ties into the Hero's Journey. Joseph also psychoanalyzes my bad behavior. :)
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Tim Jack and I discuss the limbic system, how your personality and thoughts regulate to other people, parental upbringing on your psychological profile, and tribal thinking. TRIGGER WARNING: We talk about politics.
One of my clients interviews me about being a coach. It wasn't meant to be a podcast but it got me so inspired I had to publish.
Anders Wallace is a sociologist studying the subculture of men looking to develop themselves by relating to women. He did a multi-year study of the "PUA" communities and others. I was one of his case studies during his research.
In this episode, Anders and I discuss his findings in masculinity, male self-esteem, and the vices and virtues within the pursuit of becoming "attractive."
Harrison Schultz is an activist and PhD candidate. He was also a key player in Occupy Wall Street. We speak about his take on society and the monetary system.
Throwback episode from Questions For People.
Nicole Brenny is an astrologer and spiritual counselor. She speaks about how meditation affects sex and relating. This is a throwback episode from my old radio show, The 60 Minute Orgasm.