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THE
PR INCIPLES
TH AT GOV ER N SOCI A L INTER ACTION

ManhoodAcademy.com
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You are reading version 1.1.8

This book is dedicated to all the embarrassed and
frustrated men around the world. Your failures became
the impetus for seeking a competent understanding of
social interactions. You did not fail in vain.
Special thanks to Dr. LeDice who brought much
needed clarity to this work. Without him, this would
still be just a jungle of disjointed ideas.
And thank you to all the students at Manhood

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Some Symptoms
How To Spot A Serial Killer
Why are you like this?

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What Does The Term “Bitch” Really Mean?

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An Attitude of Entitlement
Women Shielded From Sexual Accountability
An Unfair Sexual Advantage
An Unfair Economic Advantage
“Equal Rights” Vs. Equal Representation of Interests
How Feminism Destroys Chivalry

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The Victim Mentality
Women Encouraged To Deceive
Females Encouraged to Neglect Their Gender Roles
Over-emphasizing Male Functions

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The Demonization of Men
Demonizing Male Sexuality
Dating Incompetence
The Cycle of Emasculation
Lack of Men’s Resources
The Failure of Men’s Rights Leadership

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How Feminism Ruins Relationships
The Feminist State Replacing The Function of Men
Where Dating “Experts” Go Wrong
The “Game” of Social Interaction
The Nice Guy
The Player

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Society Not Allowing The Examination of Feminism
Faulty Logic Due to Social Conditioning
Recognizing The Problem And Changing Our Approach
Why Your Social Interactions Fail

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No Direction
Can’t Lead A Woman
Irresponsible Passive Behavior
Can’t Make A Decision
Passive-aggressive
Nobody Listens To You
Unrealistic Expectations
Poor Expression
Can’t Get Your Needs Met
Girls Take Advantage of You

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Poor Social Interaction Models
Limited Social Interaction Knowledge/Experience
Where To Start
Social Interaction Is Universal

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The Need For Public Scrutiny
Satisfaction
The Cause of Attraction
Functional Knowledge
Attraction Is Based Upon Necessity
Too Short, Too Ugly, Too [Insert Inadequacy]
The Need For Principles
Order Vs. Disorder
Balance—The Perfect Arrangement
Dispositional Order
Positional Order
Bringing Order To Your Social Interactions
Exposing Disorder
Addressing Disorder In Others
Becoming Accountable For Others
Limitation prevents disorder
Schedule Your Time
Success And Failure
Limitation creates Proper Form
Training Produces Consistency
Freedom and limitation
Inward Limitation Vs. Outward Limitation
Direction

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Purpose of Authority
Society Opposes Male Authority
Authority Maintained By Pain & Pleasure
Pleasure Establishes Authority
Pain Maintains Authority
Fear
Authority Requires Submission
Why Authority Belongs To Men
Being Responsible To Those Under Your Authority
Personal Authority
Social Authority
Exercising Functional Authority
Saying “NO”
Leading
Honoring Vs. Obeying
Giver
Initiating
Why Women Play Games

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Bringing Others Toward An Orderly State
The Relationship Between Function And Value
Restoring a Proper View of Function
Functional Desires Vs. Dysfunctional Desires
Functional Socialization
The Standard For Social Competence

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The Test for Dysfunction
Social Interaction Does Not Happen In A Vacuum

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Stop Rewarding Bad behavior
Types of Expectations
Personal Expectations
Social Expectations
How To Get Your Expectations Met
What Are My Expectations?
Your Expectations Should Mirror Your Needs
Deprivation Vs. Satisfaction
Dysfunctional Expectations
Functional Expectations
Have I Stated My expectations?
Providing The Right Direction And Removing Options

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Have I Enforced My Expectations?
Complementary Expectations And Competing Expectations

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Balancing Pain & Pleasure
Pain Stops Dysfunctional Behavior
Pleasure Produces Functional Behavior

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Be Clear
Be Direct
Be Thorough
Attitude Directs Behavior
Dealing With Mischaracterizations
Punishing Vs. Justifying
Apply Pain, not frustration
How Much Pain To Apply

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Fear of Rejection
Complaining, begging & guilting
Threats
Ignoring Without Authority

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Causing Terror
Physical Violence
Ridicule
Effective Punishment
Removing Dysfunctional Behavior
Disagreement
Rejection
Ignoring With Authority
Captive Audience
Willing Participant
Enforcing Consequences
Using Negative Associations
Breaking Dysfunctional associations
Applying Social Pressure
Sending Mixed Signals

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Will She Still Love Me?
From Rebellion To Submission
Aggressive Rebel
Passive-Aggressive Victim
Submissive Woman
Submission Fuels Attraction
The Pain Fallacy
Discipline causes Maturity

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Always Reward Submission
Making Women Feel Secure
Rewarding Vs. Bribing

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Agreement
Attention
Affection
Praise
Provision
Using Positive Associations
Reasoning & Teaching
Apologizing
Loving

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Student Training
Being Too Passive
Justifying Instead of Punishing
A Valuable Realization
Enforcing An Expectation
Asking A Girl Out For Coffee
How To Handle Bitch Behavior
Extreme Confrontation
Leading In A Barber Shop
Enforcing Sexual Expectations
Checklist
Looking For Competence Vs. Creating Competence
Creating A Pretense
Achieving Social Competence

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Monsters Under The Bed
Needing A Helping Hand
Nourished By Love
Removing Disorder From Your Expression
Components of An Orderly Expression
Three Key Elements
Relevant Facts
Thoughts & Feelings
Necessity
Candor
Negative Candor
Positive Candor
Degree
Content
Written Expression
Oral Expression
Clearly State Your Expectation
Be Accountable To Your Expectation
Speaking With Authority
Body Language
Physical Appearance

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Men Are Necessary
Relationship Balance
A Friend Who Is Always Late:
A Girl Who Doesn’t Know How To Take Your Compliment:
A Student Who Doesn’t Pay Attention:
A Hysterical Girlfriend:
The Litmus Test of Social Competence

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Countless books have been written about social interaction. But none
have actually helped you fully achieve your social goals. The advice is
often
• short-sighted (change your wardrobe)
• too theoretical (“improve your vibe,” “be present”)

• too situational (“this only works in bars/clubs”)

Today’s relationship and dating “experts” bombard you with
contradictory approaches to social interaction. They promise secret
formulas, exclusive techniques, and ground-breaking methods.

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Yet, no one has been able to accurately explain the nature of social
interaction. Instead, they construct business models designed to
capitalize on your social incompetence. These companies have a
vested interest in keeping you dependent on their never-ending
parade of “new and improved” products.
Gurus claiming to teach you social skills usually package a bunch of
gimmicks into a DVD with catchy titles like Seduction Secrets and
Instant Sexual Charisma. Other experts offer worthless, feel-good
advice epitomized by titles like
People and I’m OK, You’re OK.
outward changes. By over-emphasizing the importance of wardrobe,
social status, diet, income and lifestyle, these professional marketers
hook you into buying an endless parade of products directed at your
to actually teach you how to catch them yourself.

Social interaction businesses don’t want to tell you the truth: their
expensive 3-day weekend retreats and thousand-dollar seminars
won’t provide long term results; you didn’t become a social hermit
overnight. It took years of bad social conditioning. Thinking you’re
going to cure that overnight is delusional.
To protect yourself from social snake oil salesmen, you must
remember one important fact: social competence isn’t found in a
genie bottle. Developing any skill requires time and effort. This entails
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