The Male Ego, Part III –The “Grass is Greener” Guy

Here’s a situation that definitely isn’t exclusive for one sex or the other. It happens to men and women every day that begins with the rising of the sun. Your ex- gets a new boo-thang…and your insides twirl with an emotion that can best be described as a wildebeest being ran down by a ravenous hyena in the African grasslands. Much like the amount of … Continue reading The Male Ego, Part III –The “Grass is Greener” Guy

The Male Ego, Part II – God’s Gift

Good-looking women are often stereotyped as conceited. Unfortunate. This stereotype creates something of an “expectation” of conceit. And often, acceptance follows expectation. Some of my down-to-Earth friends associate with pompous people — much to my chagrin. Naturally, the pretentious persons in question are usually women. And although I am no fan of arrogance, I can somewhat deal. Now let’s talk about what I can’t deal … Continue reading The Male Ego, Part II – God’s Gift

The Male Ego, Part I — The Authoritarian

About a week ago, my friend Carmen <almost30something.com> and I were out for a night on the town. Even though it was a Wednesday night, we said “What the heck? It’s nice out!” I mean, can you think of a better reason to hit the town? Anyway, we’d just left a tasting for Remy Martin’s new product “Remy V” — very delicious, by the way … Continue reading The Male Ego, Part I — The Authoritarian