My co-host Jim Wolfe is one of the good guys in dating and seduction advice, and the author of the newly-released and auspiciously-titled book The Happiest Man In Hollywood. First, what inspired the title of his book? Next, we discuss the importance of having our own relationships in order before seeking to share relationship advice with others, even though a surprising number of so-called 'experts' do not. Can the mindset of avoiding breakups and divorce at all costs end up causing more harm than good? And what's the proper mindset to have before getting into a relationship at all? Is 'you complete me' a dangerous phrase? If so, what's a better perspective? Do some couples base their entire relationship on cliches? Why is it that so few people have genuinely blissful relationships? Has it actually become part of the 'bro code' to bitch about our WAGs? What does a truly happy relationship look like on a daily basis? Why do healthy couples sometimes bicker even more than unhappy ones? So then, what are the cornerstone beliefs and actions that keep a great woman around? And what does 'falling in love' even mean? Next, we discuss practical ways for men and women to respect each other. Also, how to check your feelings up front to make sure you're getting into a relationship both of you really want. We then talk about the absolute best ways to combat relationship laziness and keep her feelings for you 'fresh'. Finally, we expose perhaps the darkest reason why couples stay together for the wrong reasons...and how to shed light on it, making for much healthier relationships in the future. Full transcripts are now available from Episode 150 onward. Get those, plus subscribe to the free newsletter and talk to me free for 25 minutes: http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com
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