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    MGTOW and behavior towards other guys

    I realized that reading about MGTOW, red pill and related subjects isn't just changing my behavior to women but to guys as well. My coworkers are very much blue-pill guys and while I actually think their marriages are pretty good, sometimes they do show up to work and need to release stress. In the past I always kept quiet, let them vent and move on. In particular my crew chief, this guy starts swearing, throwing tools, etc... I'm losing my respect for the guy I used to look up to the most. Sometimes Its like I see a man that has been beaten to a pulp. He doesnt try to improve himself anymore, he doesn't really care about the quality of his work anymore, just enough to not get in trouble.

    Today another co-worker asked my advice on how to put some equipment together. While I was explaining, my crew chief intervened, ordered us to slap it together with a minimum of effort and push it out the door. Here's where I surprised myself: Instead of trying to explain it and argue over it, I simply walked to the head office, approached the project manager and told him he should come take a look.

    If my own boss doesn't give a damn about his (our?) work, I won't give a damn about his feelings either when I go over his head. I may catch some flak for this tomorrow but I'm proud I stood up and did something.

    MGTOW is more than simply saying no to women. Its confidence, self-respect and ethics too.

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    Re: MGTOW and behavior towards other guys

    and while I actually think their marriages are pretty good
    You don't know what happens behind closed doors. I promise its not.
    Sad, but one day our kids will have to visit museums to see what a lady looks like.

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    Re: MGTOW and behavior towards other guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Nasir Jones View Post
    You don't know what happens behind closed doors. I promise its not.
    Maybe I should have added "compared to my parents marriage" to that. Of course I can't look behind closed doors but judging from their stories and complaints its more the usual "She spent xyz dollars on shoes she doesn't wear" and "She just made me paint the living room green, now she says she wanted yellow".

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    My guess is that the wife's mask fell off now. Your boss is seeing her wife as she truely is and her wife is draining him of energy as much as she can (this is why he isn't motivated, all money goes to the wife). He probably has a hard time understanding this, expect a divorce or something bad to him.

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    Mgtow doesn't just change how you see, and / or relate to women, it changes how you see, and / or relate to everything.
    It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." - Jiddu Krishnamurti

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    Re: MGTOW and behavior towards other guys

    its easy for me to look for women's behavior qualities, but its still difficult and surprising to recognize male mangina behavior qualities. i've thought about judging guys based on who they were with, how much they talked, or how old they were. i think a combination of who they are with and how much they socialize is the best way to pre-judge male behavior.

    socializing can be how much they 'linger' and look around at people, or how much they talk. who they are with could be a female, kids, another guy, or alone.

    this is all good stuff, but its only to have a better way to judge people rather than me being surprised at the people, rather than me having neutral or positive assumptions about people. there are not many situations where i would benefit talking to guys or girls.

    Also, where i live, there are not many different ways of dressing and not many sub-cultures of people, so i leave that out.

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    Re: MGTOW and behavior towards other guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Nasir Jones View Post
    You don't know what happens behind closed doors. I promise its not.
    Sex doesnt happen up in there for sures
    You cant keep a player down!
    Dont hate him , hate your fuking bullshit game !

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    Re: MGTOW and behavior towards other guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Mgtow doesn't just change how you see, and / or relate to women, it changes how you see, and / or relate to everything.
    Cause everything used to boil down to trying to get or impress the women .

    ( also like you fucking after your college know how the economics work ... the fuck you do not know , you dont . Its all garbage. ) .


    As a young kid prob like 16 i saw a tag sprayed on the wall of the hospital ...

    What if everything you know isnt truth ...
    You cant keep a player down!
    Dont hate him , hate your fuking bullshit game !


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