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@destraht Haha, the old school, tried and true way. 'Eat big, get strong'.
Yeah, for me it's just genetics. I eat big with reckless abandon and my stomach literally becomes huge. Happens out of nowhere. It really fucks with me, so I get technical.
It does feel awesome getting stronger, though. I skipped legs for a long time. Started hammering them about a month ago. Damn I feel it. When I deadlift, the initial push through the legs feels so different. Love it.
@Osiris Yeah, I have female clients.
There isn't much difference, besides being able to fuck the girls I find attractive on the promise it will elevate them spiritually.
It's a good question. There are definitely differences. Of course everyone is different, but there are some overall patterns I've noticed.
Women fight. Women very easily become obsessed with conflict, bitch at each other and it is most often women who are involved in long-term conflicts.
Men seem to sort their shit out, or form more genuine comradery.
Girls can be VERY good at putting on an act. Often, they will talk the talk, put on appearences until you find out they're a bitch.
Girls and guys can be equally manipulative but in different ways. Women, as I said, will put on an act or subtly use their sexuality.
Guys can have a more thought out and logical sort of manipulation. I think girls are born with traits they can naturally use to manipulate. Men have to learn how to manipulate.
I do think women do have great capacity for self-reflection, growth and recovery. I've seen many achieve long-term recovery.
I have only recently started case-managing clients one-on-one, but I would say I definitely approach women differently to men. Thanks to Red-Pill, I know the female psyche can have lots of layers.
With guys I can be more straight-up, raw and straight to the point. I know women have lots of evolution which means they MAY receive direct criticism differently.
It can take a little longer to reach a point where I can be straight up with a girl.
But overall, both genders are capable of similar stuff but in different ways.
But my work is very 'trauma-informed'. The majority of clients have experienced significant trauma or dysfunction, so that plays a big part in what I look for, rather than just 'red-pill knowledge'.
The main way I see typical red-pill gender difference is in the staff. Women are sooooooo fucking risk-averse. They can be awesome, but some complicate the shit out of things and I see aversion to risk as the reason.
For example, we had a staff meeting today and they are trying to sort out the program timetable. They are literally trying to put too many things in the timetable. Too many different groups and shit, trying to cover all bases, but anyone can see it's too much.
They want to cross the I's, dot the T's and are too female to take a big risk.
I'm like 'for fuck's sake girls....just drop two or three groups. Who gives a shit?'. They really do lack logic.
I have also noticed that having strong frame, not looking too bad, having just enough of an air of cocky/funny, and they naturally treat you better.
I have no idea if any of this makes any sense, hahaha.
But conflict and manipulation have been the biggest differences.
And also, the Borderline Personality clients are ALWAYS female. I've only met one Borderline guy.
How I treat girls who are clients and in recovery is very different from how I treat girls outside of it, though.Read More
@INNASKILLZ2K20 I'm not being so technical about it. I'm just ripping some muscles and they are hurting, I'm eating more than I need to and watching myself get stronger and fatter. Last night I put a bunch of hamburger meat into a pan, cracked 6 big eggs into it and that was dinner. My body just absorbed it all without complaints. I felt a bit thirsty this morning but otherwise fine. So that isn't what I'm normally doing but it's working fine for now. I wouldn't mind finishing next Summer with 3-4 pounds more muscle and still being able to run. I could easily drop like 2 pounds of fat as well and I'd be very strong for a not huge guy.
It was my first time taking a song seriously. I consider it my first "real song".
I never played piano before and had to learn it while also making the song. (I used it to program the orchestra)
Also not to mention the whole production side of things. Very complicated for me to make a good sounding mix.
This year I plan to take music way more seriously.
I'll be making more and post them here for ya'll.