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    Rollo Tomassi(Author, Publisher),Sam Botta(Narrator)

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Building on the core works of The Rational Male, Preventive Medicine presents a poignant outline of the phases of maturity and the most commonly predictable experiences men can expect from women as they progress through various stages of life. Rational and pragmatic, the book explores the inter-gender and social dynamics of each stage of women's maturity and provides a practical understanding for men in dealing with women in those phases.

Preventive Medicine also provides revealing outlines of feminine social primacy, Hypergamy, the "Hierarchies of Love", and the importance of understanding the conventional nature of complementary masculinity in a world designed to keep men ignorant of it.

The Rational Male - Preventive Medicine seeks to help men who "wish they knew then what they know now". The book is the first in of series complements to The Rational Male, the 12-year core writing of author/blogger Rollo Tomassi from therationalmale.com. Rollo Tomassi is one of the leading voices in the globally growing, male-focused online consortium known as the "Manosphere".

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

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  • By @CAPSLOCKHUSTLER on March 10, 2015

    "Let me tell you why you're here. You're here because you know something. What you know you can't explain, but you feel it. You've felt it your entire life, that there's something wrong with the world. You don't know what it is, but it's there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad. It is this feeling that has brought you to me. Do you know what I'm talking about?"As school children, we all remember learning this famous speech Abraham Lincoln delivered to his pirates as they advanced on Moscow.Today men have the same uneasy feeling. We know a grand game of the emperor's new clothes is being played when it comes to gender relations. It's so insidious and pervasive that most are not even consciously aware of what's happening. It's just the way things are.But if you have even a few nanograms of free testosterone left, you still feel that splinter. Something isn't right.Enter Rollo "No Beta Left Behind" Tomossi. If you're ready to hear what he has to say, it may be life-altering knowledge that finally makes sense of women. Along with elder statesmen like Heartiste and Roosh, Rollo has been a voice in the wilderness for years.If you're not ready, you may be triggered. You may be shaking and crying. You may scream "Wow just wow! Seriously!?" These are normal reactions. But if you tough it out to the other side, you will see gender relations clearly. How you deal with this new reality is up to you.

  • By Brian Perez on March 9, 2015

    red pill/MGTOWBest in the manosphere to understand Hypergamy!!This is a book for sharing wisdom to younger folk and to immediately voice concerns with others.Talks less about game but more about walking on eggshells in a peculiar environment.This book is better than Paul Elam's book.For Mgtow:briffaults lawmature women nonsenseRollo does comment on MGTOW, info will aid you, but at sometimes shallow depth.Since Rollo is from Sosuave and Pook and the mill. Go check out Truthovereverything on Youtube as he is like a bridge from PUA and knows everything!I consider Rollo to be the counterpart to Stardusk in MGTOW. The Rational male is more Psychological, game, plot & circle, and more of a father-figure. While Stardusk, is deeply intellectual, philosophical, evo psych and biological explanatory discussions. Youtube - "Stardusk Rollo" as he jabs. Sandman is more popular than Stardusk.Pay attention!! to the break phase, epiphany & transitory phase for mgtow.Best chapters and segments: open hypergamy and conditioning (1945 must read), social convention. ego investments 1990, equalism 2119Study the Graphs:Female hormonal 426Study timeline graphs 628, this is the most important to understand the psychological and biological aspects of female natureThe Subdominant Model 1890, back to the plantation beta male! Know your place!Cool quotes:"Alpha seed, Beta need." 464 comical"Betas at the Epiphany – Saving the Best" 1129 PUA's love leftovers!"pre-whipped" 1900 - beta-destined LOL"Hypergamy doesn’t care about equalism or reciprocity." 2179 "think karma's...." 2554- rational male talking about karma, that is not logicalMust read as well as his first book.Maybe his next book will be Preventive Suicide. I was a bit disappointed with no mention of the carousel here.Go play games with your hamsters!

  • By Jokah Macpherson on March 23, 2015

    Back when I was a teenager living with my parents, there was an old paperback from the 70's called Passages gathering dust on one of the bookshelves. I browsed through it once or twice, and while I couldn't really relate to most of the stuff, I did think it was neat how it laid out a road map for how men and women change in their personalities and goals as they age. Well now, Rollo Tomassi has taken this one step further, and written the definitive life-stage guide for a masculine man living in a feminized 21st century world.Let me be clear: this book is BETTER than the original Rational Male. The first one was a great book in its own right and maybe had more important fundamental concepts but it had no clear organizational structure and read more like a series of loosely related blog posts. This one knows where it is going.The book focuses on the life stages of women and how they go from being crazy for hawt guys but somewhat unaware of their power in their teen years to the party years of the 20's to the panic that sets in around 30 to the epiphany where they rationalize that they finally realize how much they appreciate the comfort and provider aspects of men. Although the focus is on women, men are included indirectly since many of their decisions are based of optimization of intimate encounters with said women. The later chapters do, in fact, go into greater detail about how men should respond to all of this in their outlook and important decisions.I interact with girls/women of all ages from teen through college coed through bitter 30's-40's as a result of a variety of social hobbies and Tomassi's descriptions seem pretty accurate. No matter what your stage in life, you can benefit by knowing women's "angle" and not falling into their frame and thereby making decisions that will continue to haunt you down the road.To sum this book up, it made me recall an experience from a couple years back. I was in my hometown for Christmas and paid a visit to an old high school friend at his law firm. He married a tall stunning blonde southern belle right out of college, has a high-paying attorney job, is in the process of building a big new house in the right neighborhood, and has two bright young sons. Meanwhile, I was invisible to desirable women through college and all my 20's. I have an ok job but not particularly lucrative or prestigious, and I fill a lot of my time with reading, team sports, and other hobbies to fill the lack of a family life. Strangely enough, though, there was a slight tinge of regret in my friend's voice as he told me that he envied my freedom. At the time, I thought he was just being nice so as to not draw attention to our relative social status, but after reading this book, I realize he was probably serious. It's not that he doesn't love his family and success but it is all he has ever known. The wife will continue to make demands on his time and energy and even in a best case scenario, she will never be as sexy or amorous as she was at 22. Meanwhile, while some aspects of my life have, frankly, sucked so far (especially when it comes to women) they are likely to improve a great deal, and I now have this book to thank in part for that.


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