Last Sunday, I took part in the first of hopefully many #ManChat discussions hosted by Ryan Stephens. Here is a link to the questions brought up and some of the answers from people like Mark Baxter, Iris, and yours truly. Enjoy.
Lets cut to it, if you’re a married guy with kids, you’re going to have a busy life. Between getting your kids to school, dealing with work, after school activities, birthday parties and all the other things you have to handle, things can get a little out of control it may seem. Rather than letting it get to you, you have to come up with ways to override the time constraints you have. Below are 5 that I use that help me stay on track.
Last month, I started my Anti-Dad Bod journey. This post will be a update towards my commitment toward getting into the best shape of my life by my 30th birthday. I have one month down now and I’m going to report my progress thus far.
- Frame is fluid and will find its own level when a deficit or a surplus of will is applied to change it. The forces that influence that lack or boost of will is irrelevant – just know that the conditions of an operative framework will shift because of them. -Rollo Tomassi
I write this article as a bit of a field report but more so as a way for me to explain something that can be lost on red pilled men, especially married ones. Frame is something that you must control for yourself, but the frame of your marriage, and who is in control of that frame sets the standard for a healthy or decaying relationship. Continue reading “The Triangle of Frame”
Having covered the first three noble virtues (Courage, Truth, and Discipline) in part one, and Honor, Loyalty, and Hospitality in part two, we conclude this series with the the last three virtues: Self-Reliance, Industriousness, and Perseverance.
I feel that all men need something higher than themselves to believe in. Religion works for some guys and even though I am not part of any religion, I understand its usefulness and why it’s needed in the world. I have found that there is a modern group of people who have tried to revive pagan Norse mythology and religion in the form of Odinism. While I do not consider myself an Odinist, I have found that their Nine Noble Values can be revamped for any guy, and specifically a red pilled father. Continue reading “The Nine Noble Virtues of Fatherhood: Part 1”
“I want to feel passion, I want to feel pain. I want to weep at the sound of your name. Come make me laugh, come make me cry… just make me feel alive.”
-Joey Lauren Adams
Today’s lesson in Dread Game revolves around Level 6 in the 12 Levels of Dread – Gaming your wife. Take a moment to think back on your marriage. If you’ve been married for a few (or many) years now, chances are the original spark that fueled your marriage at the beginning has faded and a steady routine has settled in. Continue reading “The 12 Levels of Dread: Level 6 – Wife Game”
I am approaching 30 this year and even at my age I see many husbands and fathers that are fat, weak and aged well beyond their years. Here at A Kings Castle, we don’t want to ever fall into that group. A goal I’ve set to reach before my 30th birthday is to put on muscle, then get back down to ~15% body fat. I’ll map my journey here and keep you guys updated on my progress, but as an introductory post to my first series here, let’s go over why we take the anti-dad bod stance.
In a recent post on my website I criticized a man for how he handled a narcissistic woman; in fact, I didn’t merely criticize him, I diagnosed him as a codependent, as a covert narcissist himself. Continue reading “Defeating the Codependent Within”
As we progress through the 48 Laws of Power, or in this case the 48 Laws of Marriage, you will begin to see a web being spun; laws connecting, splitting off of, and running parallel with other laws. As you study these laws, take time to reflect on the sum of the lessons and see the tapestry they weave. Continue reading “The 48 Laws of Marriage: Law 5”