Apathetic loser with the opposite sex in my early years, I moved abroad and discovered a handful of countries where my looks made me a winner. As friends settled and started families, I dove ever deeper into the abyss of a selfish hedonistic lifestyle, partying hard around the globe. It was (and still is) awesome! Approaching mid 30s I’m faced with a simple choice:
A) continue embracing life as a sex addict
B) recognize I’m no longer as hungry and settle
Ouch! Just typing that last sentence sends shivers through my spine. I’ve never dreamt of or even aspired to having a family. Nor have I ever wanted to live in one location with a mortgage, Volvo and grumpy neighbors with a barking dog. Oh yes, the fear of monotony is strong in this one!
On the flip side, I like to live life to the fullest and sometimes worry I’m missing out on something great. People I truly respect, such as the investor Jim Rogers, have admitted they were wrong for entertaining similar thoughts on family life in their younger years. This was the backdrop for reading The Truth. Plus I was curious if the author, whose experiences with women mirror my own, had uncovered something that can help me see the light.
Behind every hottie there’s a boyfriend tired of doing her
If you’ve never read a book by Strauss, here’s a compelling reason to start one today; his brutal embarrassing cringeworthy honesty. He gives up intimate details about thoughts, feelings and actions all men have, yet few dare concede even on their deathbed. The Truth is no exception. Said fact is what TO READ ON SUBSCRIBE AND BECOME A PATREON.