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May 31, at I describe this as the low vitality and passiveness in the city. Being too funny, too intelligent, too hard-working, and showing too much drive, or any drive, is foreign to the energy of the city.
People ultimately have low vitality, and lackluster energy, and this may be genetic and also caused by the weather, among other hormone deficiencies which I will get to shortly.
I experienced this as well in medical school. I was suspended from NUNM the naturopathic school for voicing my opinions in the clinic. My teacher was a lesbian who likely had a bias against men, and wore untucked flannel clothing to the clinic.
During this time, she barely spoke to me. I on the other hand am an east-coaster. I learned to be charismatic, confident, and driven. Even quieter people on the east coast have more drive and forwardness than people in Portland.
He was sheepishly standing outside his apartment, looking confused. I simply asked him what was going on, and from there, there was a strange dynamic between us. I turned into the leader somehow, without trying, because he decided to remain absolutely passive about the whole situation.
He was very drawn into himself and did not know how to communicate. Lastly, the passiveness is seen quite well in the driving. On the freeway, people literally slow down to change lanes, causing traffic, and slowing everyone else down.
On two occasions, in friends cars because I did not have a car there, someone beeped at us when we drove by them after they indicated via a turning signal they wanted to merge. They HAVE to wait for the walk sign. Lack of testosterone and estrogen both. Men have low testosterone, as evidenced by weaker builds, less chiseled faces, recessed chins, and less aggressive look overall.
Women have less estrogen, as evidenced by higher WHRs waist-to-hip ratiosthinner lips, and less feminine behavioral characteristics. Anyone that thinks these hormones do not have an effect on physical bone structure and behavior is simply unaware of how the body works.
As a man with high testosterone upper end of normal rangeI could not relate to almost any other male in the entire city. Other men just seemed quiet, sheepish, and uninteresting for the most part.
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There was no fire in anyone. What this essentially means is that men are more feminine and women are more masculine, which is perfect for them, but horrible for an east coaster.
Other people have emailed me about this since I released my videos and confirmed what I have said. She holds power in society. She is moving asap. The same went for me. I got used to it, but I could only think of them as being backwater and having a small-town mentality.
Most women I dated who were from Portland were so quiet it was like talking to a wall. I got used to it and became quiet myself. Because of this hormone deficiency, there is greater depression and stress. As women with more estrogen are happier, smarter, and less stressed, and the same goes for men with higher testosterone.
The reason why you see so much complaining and so much feminism is partly due to a hormonal imbalance imo.Watch breaking news videos, viral videos and original video clips on initiativeblog.com 4. The importance of analyzing your interactions. When dissecting interactions and blowouts, you can easily pinpoint the subtle giveaways that qualify or .
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