ttracting anger. Attracting violence. Attractive aggressive behavior. Confrontations with police. Being the victim of hostility. Pushers. Pushy people. Asserting your individuality versus being in a relationship. Pushing less Assertive people into doing things. Bullies and those who are bullied. Fight or flight. Making a move. Movers and shakers. Intimidation. Being on the receiving end of so much aggressive energy that you cannot help but reciprocate. Anger and aggression brought out by other people. Standing up for yourself. Standing up for your partner or best friend. Needing a partner or best friend who will stand up for you. Stand-up guy.
Attracting an independent partner. Attracting a partner who will take action on your behalf. Letting the partner lead. Having an aggressive partner. Having an abusive partner. Having a take-charge partner. Needing a certain amount of separateness in relationships. Avoiding clingy people. Liking friends who like challenges. Attracting an energetic partner. Attracting an athletic partner. Liking one-on-one sports. Athletic competitions. Male competitions. Competitive body building. Male best friends. Marrying an athlete. Participating in sports with your spouse. Competing against equals. Who has the bigger biceps? Your partner is a magnet for hostility. Your partner is a fighter. Marrying a boxer. Marrying a UFC fighter. Marrying into the military. Marrying a cop. You choose a partner who can express your anger for you.
War is so unjust and ugly that all who wage it must try to stifle the voice of conscience within themselves.
― Leo Tolstoy
Standing up to injustice. Fighting for fairness. Diplomats. Diplomatic action. Dealing with the other. How you actively deal with other people. Actively handling other people. Stepping in. Taking hold. Inserting yourself into one-on-one relationships. Hand to hand combat. Reaching out. Taking action to choose your relationships. Active relationships. Keeping the relationship warm. No cold-calling. Applying heat to a relationship. Warming up a prospect. Heated interactions. The razor’s edge of relationships. Anger in relationships. Sexual tension in relationships. Sexual competitions. Hot or not?
Looking down the barrel of a shotgun. Looking in the face of the enemy. Are you the enemy? Are you at war? War and peace. Rocky relationships. Enemy invasions. Sparring partners. Shouting matches. Street battles. Balanced attack. Debate. The edge of masculinity. Fighting pressure to give in. Fighting pressure to act like a man. Maintaining individuality within a relationship. Needing a partner who respects your autonomy. Liking a masculine partner. You attract sexy people. What makes a man? Do people see you as a man? Do they recognize your inner masculinity? Are you a woman with a strong animus? Are you encouraged to be a man? Tomboy. Manly men. Do you have too much machismo? Separation. Divorce. Hostile marriage. Breaking up just to make up.
Social leaders. Business leaders. Sports coaches. Life coaches. Cheerleaders. Criminal litigation. Needing to have forceful interactions with others. Needing to have good friends in your life who can handle your assertive energy. Being at the helm of your social circle. Leading relationships. Initiating relationships. Go-getters.
Martial law. Fighting for your rights. Men, fighting for their equality. Men’s rights. Being forced to assert your masculinity. Fighting for peace. Standing up to men. Standing up for men. Developing assertiveness skills through partnerships. Assertiveness training. Cosmic assertiveness training. Standing up to abuse. Refusing to be crushed by the competition. Learning how to take hold of your own aggressive tendencies.
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