I stumbled across this video and I had kind of written off the guy who does this video for a few reasons, some that I thought he may have ulterior
motives and may be a little manipulative, but in these call in shows he does, we get to hear from people about their lives and Stephan analyses it by
asking questions. It is a good format to shine a light on what drives people, how they think and what their real motives and desires are - often
getting to these answers by asking a lot of questions about past behavior, patterns, etc. I often largely agree what he see's in these people, and
more importantly most of the people who call in seem to come to the same conclusion.
So I don't want to spoil the surprises in this video but I'll give you a little background on it. This 32yr old woman (is this correct age, women
NEVER lie about that) from Sweden who classifies herself as a "9" (looks scale of 1-10) and just got out of a 2 yr relationship with a moslem
immigrant of arab ethnicity (from ME) - who I think was just sent back b/c he was illegally in the country (but they broke up eitherway). She never
had intentions of marrying b/c of the Moslem thing. She is getting her doctorate & already has a PhD (or other way around), so that is about 9+ years
of higher education, all paid for by the state. Now she wants to start a family and have a few kids (where you get ~400 days maternity leave @ 80%
salary) but see's time is getting short. She seems to want to be a stay at home mom (after all that schooling!!) if financially feasible (male bread
winner). She has ridiculously high standards in every catagory but doesn't see any of it.
Listening to this woman gives insight into what a lot of men are dealing with on a number of levels. Now I'll say that this certainly isn't only a
female issue, but it is largely a problem to this extent b/c of the way traditional values have merged with newer progressive values - which puts
males more at a disadvantage when being able to choose between "lifestyles" in todays world. Not many men would have ever had the choice to "stay
at home dad" to fall back on after getting an education. She want's to eat the cake, and have everyone elses pieces as well while having the other
people start baking more cake (the most beautiful cakes at that).
The interview is 90 mins but it is well worth the listen just to hear how this girl thinks, how she hides things, how she minimizes, manipulates, etc.
This other interview shows another woman (I'm wondering if they are the same woman, they sound very similar & stories are close). This is a similar
story to the first woman, but she is focusing on her cheating on he BF of 5 years and justifying all kinds of ridiculous behavior. These would be
good to listen to on a drive to work or something. The look on his face to some of the responses though is entertaining.
You can download only the audio for the videos and play them like an MP3/AAC/OGG/FLAC if you want. This is a good site to do it - just paste the URL
into the box on the site.
I scanned thru it and all I see is Mike. Where's the blonde?
? Didn't you hear the girl talking? I'm sorry if you thought it was a girl on the video, I did say it was a call in show. It really isn't about
what she looks like (the guy, stephan say's she's pretty as she sent a pic before the phone call). It is really something you have to listen to and
can't skip around because you have to hear the progression of questions/answers to get an idea of how she thinks (in both videos actually).
Where did you see Mike? Is that this guy's real name or something?
originally posted by: and14263
Do people seriously rate themselves for looks out of 10?
That is a mark of satan if ever I saw one.
Well most of his female call in's do do this and many of the guys do as well. I think he asks to see what people think of themselves and how they
compare to what they are looking for or who they are dating. Sometimes some gorgeous woman call's in and complains her BF is unmotivated or whatever
and the host will ask things like: "who pays for all/most of the bills" or "are you both similarly physically attractive" and other such things. Very
often the couple is a very pretty woman with a lesser attractive female and he asks why is she with him if there are so many things she hates about
him and isn't physically attracted to him. Then comes the fact that he pays all he bills, car, housing, etc - thus explaining the difference in
"attractiveness" rating. I don't think it is simply a vanity rating but a means to figure out equality in what attracts one to another.
it sounds she is struggeling with life a little bit, she doesn't know really what she wants. its interesting to listening.
Yeah that is an understatement. IDK how old you are but the real issue is that there seem to be A LOT of people in similar positions as she is - with
an aimless life, not getting parental guidance, didn't think that sleeping around from 14-32 would be a problem later on, etc. Both videos's show
common situations to women of "progressive" or feminist mindsets, though maybe corrupted versions of the original feminism, IDK.
originally posted by: Prene
Why would anyone want to listen to this, or do this interview? If you want to sit in on someone's therapy session, first consider the implication.
2nd,get a degree before offering up your advice.
Because they have ego problems and assume everyone is interested in their lives.
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