Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat

Dr. Robert Glover (Part 2) - Why Women are the Most Sexually Evolved Beings on Earth

November 05, 2020 Mo Gawdat and Dr. Robert Glover Episode 58
Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
Dr. Robert Glover (Part 2) - Why Women are the Most Sexually Evolved Beings on Earth
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Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
Dr. Robert Glover (Part 2) - Why Women are the Most Sexually Evolved Beings on Earth
Nov 05, 2020 Episode 58
Mo Gawdat and Dr. Robert Glover

Note: Despite the title, this conversation is equally for men and women. I'm aware this is a controversial conversation, but I believe it holds great value if listened to with an open mind. This is Part 2 of 2.

This is Part 2 of my discussion with Dr. Robert Glover, author of the brilliant, often life-altering, and slightly controversial bestselling classic, No More Mr. Nice Guy.  It may not sound like the kind of book I'd read, but it is a little piece of self-help magic and has helped countless people recognize their own "Nice Guy Syndrome": the trait of hiding feelings and truths that we fear will get a negative reaction from other people so as to maintain the belief that we are "nice", leading to a host of toxic relationships and fundamentally dishonest behaviors.

Robert is an internationally recognized authority on the Nice Guy Syndrome, and through his book, classes, and therapy groups, he has helped thousands of Nice Guys transform from being passive, resentful victims to empowered, integrated males, transforming their professional careers and intimate relationships along the way.

In Part 2, we discuss:

  • Co-dependency: "I don't exist unless I'm in a relationship"
  • Healthy interdependence 
  • The 'hugging until relaxed' exercise
  • Calm is contagious
  • You can want your partner, but as soon as you start needing them, you lose them
  • To have the best sex, there needs to be a dominance of interplay and submission
  • Equal does not mean the same
  • Using men's motivatio
  • n to have sex as motivation to expand their emotional intelligence
  • The struggle between man vs. woman as a profound catalyst for growth
  • The lingering effect of not having our childhood needs meet
  • Women are the sexual Ferraris and men are sexual mopeds
  • "Slut shaming"
  • The Disney and Hollywood effect on women's perception of monogamy
  • Repressing female sexuality has become par for the course
  • Men need a tribe

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Connect with Dr. Robert Glover on  Facebook @drrobertglover, Twitter @dr_r_glover, and his website, drglover.com

Don't forget to subscribe to Slo Mo for new episodes every Sunday and Thursday. Only with your help can we reach One Billion Happy #onebillionhappy

Show Notes

Note: Despite the title, this conversation is equally for men and women. I'm aware this is a controversial conversation, but I believe it holds great value if listened to with an open mind. This is Part 2 of 2.

This is Part 2 of my discussion with Dr. Robert Glover, author of the brilliant, often life-altering, and slightly controversial bestselling classic, No More Mr. Nice Guy.  It may not sound like the kind of book I'd read, but it is a little piece of self-help magic and has helped countless people recognize their own "Nice Guy Syndrome": the trait of hiding feelings and truths that we fear will get a negative reaction from other people so as to maintain the belief that we are "nice", leading to a host of toxic relationships and fundamentally dishonest behaviors.

Robert is an internationally recognized authority on the Nice Guy Syndrome, and through his book, classes, and therapy groups, he has helped thousands of Nice Guys transform from being passive, resentful victims to empowered, integrated males, transforming their professional careers and intimate relationships along the way.

In Part 2, we discuss:

  • Co-dependency: "I don't exist unless I'm in a relationship"
  • Healthy interdependence 
  • The 'hugging until relaxed' exercise
  • Calm is contagious
  • You can want your partner, but as soon as you start needing them, you lose them
  • To have the best sex, there needs to be a dominance of interplay and submission
  • Equal does not mean the same
  • Using men's motivatio
  • n to have sex as motivation to expand their emotional intelligence
  • The struggle between man vs. woman as a profound catalyst for growth
  • The lingering effect of not having our childhood needs meet
  • Women are the sexual Ferraris and men are sexual mopeds
  • "Slut shaming"
  • The Disney and Hollywood effect on women's perception of monogamy
  • Repressing female sexuality has become par for the course
  • Men need a tribe

Instagram: @mo_gawdat
Facebook: @mo.gawdat.official
Twitter: @mgawdat
LinkedIn: /in/mogawdat

Connect with Dr. Robert Glover on  Facebook @drrobertglover, Twitter @dr_r_glover, and his website, drglover.com

Don't forget to subscribe to Slo Mo for new episodes every Sunday and Thursday. Only with your help can we reach One Billion Happy #onebillionhappy