Here's the first installment of the various types of relational aggression and specific ideas about how to handle them. First up is the silent treatment and tantrums.
Paul and Tom discuss the #3 killer of relationships: MONEY.
Sorry, the previous attempt to put this post up failed to add the video. Hopefully this one will work.
Tom offers 10 things that are important for anyone to know about Parental Alienation. Whether you are a parent, a friend, or a professional, these will help.
This video has a look at a zany feminist brigade who are pushing for 50% female workers in construction in Australia. Lots of wonderful claims and not much proof. Crazy stuff.
I realized that there was no explanation for the woman's comment about making dinner on the toilet. What I think she is referring to is that the breast feeding rooms give women a place to "express" their milk and avoid the only other place on most work sites as being the porta-john. I wonder if female employees have that taken out of their check? lol
This is a short excerpt from Helping Mothers be Closer to their Sons. The book was meant for single mothers who really don't know much about boy's nature. They also don't have a man in the house who can stand up for the boy and his unique nature. It tries to give them some ideas about how boys and girls are different. This excerpt is about play behaviors.
Are you joking??? Will be curious what you all think of this....
Jordan Peterson speaking up for alienated men.
Jeff Younger, The Marriage Strike: Marriage is KILLING Men
Men have been unfairly villainized and blamed for our societal problems. This leaves our men, and sadly our boys confused and falsely accused. At the same time a great deal of research has been done on boys, fathers and men but it largely stays hidden since it is ignored by the media. The default is to see men as bad and any mention of their goodness is ignored or even attacked. These things have limited positive discussion around issues of men, boys, fathers, and masculinity. MenAreGood is a place where you can voice your view without fear of being cancelled. Join us!