In the fourth episode of the Introvert Unbound Podcast with Wes Colton, we chat with author C.G. Carroll about what it means to be the “bad boy” who the girls go crazy for.
In our discussion we dissect Patrick, the protagonist of his novel, Edges, a realistic portrayal of a guy who possesses both positive and negative traits that women find irresistible, and talk about how guys can bring out their inner badasses without becoming total pieces of shit.
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– by Wes Colton, Introvert Unbound
If you’re a relatively healthy man between the ages of 18-50, you should be dating. I’m not talking about daily threesomes with NFL cheerleaders, but at least one encounter every so often with a woman you find attractive and whose company you enjoy.
Dating and having sex is good for you physically, increasing your testosterone levels and boosting your immunity. It’s also good for you mentally, because sex isn’t just about getting off, it’s about connection, and if you’re not feeling connected to society, you’re going to be depressed.
Of course, it’s a cruel cycle where not getting dates over longer and longer lengths of time can make you feel progressively shittier, making it even harder to access dates. But if you’re reading this, that’s hardly news.
If you’re not getting regular dates, I can almost guarantee that at least one—and likely more than one—of the below reasons applies to you. Work on these aspects and you’ll be one step closer to a healthy dating life.
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