The Red Man Group on 21 Live Episode #20 – Full Show Notes

While I already linked this podcast on the opening post, I thought this episode of The Red Man Group was worth a more extensive breakdown.

Thanks to “RP_Mamba” that’s easier than ever. His time stamp notes for the entire show are as follows.

  • 0:00 intros
  • 9:50 Defining Terms
  • 18:30 Can BPD be treated?
  • 25:30 What are the early signs of BPD?
  • 33:50 Are BPD behaviors just normal female behaviors?
  • 40:05 Rollo’s BPD Story
  • 47:46 Anthony’s Medusa Story
  • 50:30 BPD Control / Carl’s BPD Story
  • 57:30 Why don’t men spot BPD more easily?
  • 1:01:27 Where does BPD come from?
  • 1:09:45 Caller #1 (BPD self-mutilation)
  • 1:15:47 Caller #2 (Avoid BPD at all costs)
  • 1:18:04 How does Ovulatory Shift affect BPD?
  • 1:19:39 Caller #3 (How do distinguish BPD idealizing from normal compliments)
  • 1:30:56 Caller #4 (High-Value woman or BPD?)
  • 1:38:04 Training Women
  • 1:48:50 Caller #5 (Had Kids with a BPD)
  • 2:02:02 Exiting BPD relationships
  • 2:15:36 You only have 1 life, don’t waste it
  • 2:16:17 Caller #6 (Should we act blue-pill at work and avoid relationships with co-workers)
  • 2:21:24 Does Alpha game work on BPD women?
  • 2:24:39 Why does the military seem to attract BPD women?

To use the log notes more easily you can click through and select them from the comments section directly on YouTube.

Book and essay links

A selection of books and articles mentioned in the show.

 

For fans of the show, we’ve been discussing an episode 2 of this topic for RMG since before #20 even aired. Stay tuned to the show on Twitter for all upcoming announcements.

-ADJ

 

One thought on “The Red Man Group on 21 Live Episode #20 – Full Show Notes

  1. I am looking forward to seeing what you can drum up on female psychopaths. They may be misdiagnosed as BPD sometimes but they are different on the whole there isn’t much research out there. It is said men are psychopaths six times more often than women. Scientific literature says that on the whole women score lower than men across the board on the PCL-R, which is what determines whether or not someone is a psychopath. I was diagnosed as a psychopath despite being female but the amount of research available on what the differences really are is limited. Most research is done on men in prison. I will be reading and checking back to see how accurate your info is. I hope you give the science due diligence.

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