GS Youngblood

Author of The Masculine in Relationship: A Blueprint for Inspiring the Trust, Lust, and Devotion of a Strong Woman

Men today want to feel more powerful in their relationship. Especially those with a strong woman.

Such a woman doesn’t settle for mediocre.  She needs you to consistently follow through on your word, have purpose in life, remain grounded in the face of her intense emotion, make her feel safe, and provide leadership in the relationship.

When that doesn’t happen, she may start to drift.  Things between you will start to feel flat, contentious, or even toxic.  To you, she will seem to nag and criticize more, and have less interest in sex.  When she gets really angry, you’ll label it as “crazy” and blame her.

But, in truth, she’s just expressing the pain of you not stepping up.  It is a relationship arc that is all too common.  

Fighting or defending yourself doesn’t resolve anything.  Withdrawing into work or your phone makes it worse.  And contorting yourself to avoid conflict just kills her respect for you.

The answer is to develop and live from your Masculine core. 

I coach men in relationship. I help you see yourself more clearly. I help you bring more leadership to your relationship in support of creating more ease, play, sexuality, respect, and attraction.

The nature of my work is laid out in my book The Masculine in Relationship: A Blueprint for Inspiring the Trust, Lust, and Devotion of a Strong Woman. The book is structured around a clear three-part blueprint for developing your Masculine core.

Show highlights:

Key qualities of a relationship
The idea of financial security for a woman
Physical, financial, and emotional security
How living as a nice guy who has no specific wants or needs can be detrimental to a relationship
Bringing leadership, clarity, and decisiveness to a relationship
Learning to not unconsciously react to situations
The notion of toxic masculinity
Intimacy as a more spiritual and emotional thing than physical
What men can do to make women feel physically safe
Acknowledging a women emotional state even if you disagree with it
How GS Youngblood coaches couples

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G.S. Youngblood on inspiring the trust, lust and devotion of a strong woman, July 14, 2020

'GS Youngblood – Inspiring the Trust, Lust, and Devotion of a Strong Woman – July 14, 2020' has 1 comment

  1. August 4, 2020 @ 3:25 am A.T.

    What I really don’t understand is the guest said if men want to have feminine women they have to do manly things (have purpose, be a leader etc. etc.), yet women all want equal rights in the workplace and want everyone to treat them as if they were strong. You see all these instagram girls posing with their muscles and being tough and mean all that and it’s just a world of confusion. What do women really want? Do they want to be strong or do they want to be feminine?

    What’s so wrong with not having purpose in life? Aren’t we all suppose to let the other person just be and love him for whoever he is? If my partner doesn’t have any goals in life I’m still gonna love her just as strong, but women constantly want to change men. Do they even know what real love is? Ironic isn’t it.. And the biggest irony is that if a man has a strong stance of not having a purpose in life and a woman takes that stance away from him, a man will lose himself and be off worse, like some kind of a robot.

    When I meet women, one of the first things I tell them “I don’t have a purpose in life”, and I tell them that proudly, and I see disrespect in their eyes. And it’s a very quick way to filter out people you wanna hang out with.

    At any rate, that was a pretty interesting show! Thanks!


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