HealthWealthSex.com is a collection of articles that contain advice for those trying to change their lives. Your mileage may vary, but I’ve had pretty good luck with this stuff.
This is my site, I can say what the fuck I want, and it’s awesome.
But the bottom line is this:
I want to help you be a better person.
I worked hard to get somewhere, had it yanked from me, then slowly rebuilt. Learned a lot more about life the second time around.
You don’t have to like everything here, hopefully you’ll find something useful, and I’ll probably piss some a few of you off, and I’m cool with that.
I’ll be here, and you’ll find me again when you need me.
Be the Alpha
I grew up in a nice middle class neighborhood just south of Washington, D.C. My parents didn’t get a divorce, and I have one brother. As a kid, I spent a lot of time with my Grandparents. My Grandfather was a Ranger in WW2, crashed the beach at Normandy and lived to tell the story. I grew up surrounded by successful business owners.
I wasn’t that good of a student. Consequently, when I (barely) graduated from High School, I didn’t have a ton of options. I enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and spent a few years in the 10th Marines. I was the Honor Graduate at Parris Island. I was the Elite of the Elite. No shit.
Dating was never a problem. I’ve had sex with some of the hottest women in the world. My options weren’t limited at all.
I started a consulting practice, helping some of the worlds largest telecommunications companies improve their billing and accounting processes, making a ton of money along the way.
I had money, sex, and health. I had taken the world by the balls and there was nothing it could do about it.
Or so I thought.
Time to settle down.
When I turned 30, I thought it was time to settle down and get married, have a few kids, and do the whole family thing. I met a woman through a friend, and we got married two years later.
Within months of marrying this woman, she started trying to change me. Playing bullshit games, laying guilt and drama all over me, using sex as a weapon, then ultimately using our child as a weapon.
My life was spinning out of control.
The choice was easy. Either divorce this woman, or cave into her controlling bullshit and lose control of my life.
I turned into a borderline beta cuck for this bitch and it nearly ruined my life.
I chose to get a divorce, and as necessary as it was, it still took an intense toll on my financially, professionally, and emotionally. I was an absolute disaster.
The years since have been spent rebuilding. I have learned some incredibly powerful lessons that I share with people through this website and my consulting practice.
No one likes a little bitch.
For the men:
It is OK to be a man, it is OK to be masculine, it is OK to have a Badass mindset. Lift weights, get the testosterone pumping. Having high testosterone isn’t about being an asshole, it’s about not being a little bitch.
For the women:
It’s OK to be a woman, it is OK to be feminine, it’s OK to have a Badass mindset. Lift weights, run, eat well, build the best you that you can. Be independent and strong, just don’t be a little bitch.
Don’t be an asshole.
No one likes drama. No one likes being controlled or being treated like as asshole. If you spend the day looking at your phone, expect your partner to look somewhere else. Treat each other as you would treat your friends. If you can’t do that then move the fuck on, the world will be better off.
Rediscover the Alpha.
We are absolutely hammered by pop media sites with messages trying to make us feel bad about being men and women. Fuck that shit.
I started lifting, running, getting outside, and dating. I started another company. I worked my ass off. I started making money and enjoying life. I had won custody of my son and fought like the devil to give him the best life possible.