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Respect: For Nice Guys in Long Term Relationships

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE FOR A SHORT OVERVIEW OF THE RESPECT PROGRAM Okay, here’s the down low…. In August/September 2022, I’m getting a carefully selected crew of awesome men together to show them exactly how to respect themselves, assert their boundaries, and build better relationships through increased self-confidence. I’m going to help them develop the confidence they need to stand Read More

“Do I look fat?” – how to answer this impossible question [livestream]

For more livestream action on dating, relationships and Nice Guy Syndrome, come and join the Nice Guy Husband community here https://www.facebook.com/groups/niceguys Dan’s Top Resources Books Dan has 3 bestselling non-fiction books available in both written and audio form: The Naked Truth, his latest release, shows you how radical honesty builds self-confidence and relationships Nothing to Lose explores how to build Read More

Livestream: My friendzone nightmares

A look back at one of the many times I got “trapped in the friendzone” and what I learned from the experience. Come and check out the Nice Guy Facebook Group for more livestream action!

Livestream: My life as a Nice Guy

A deep-dive revealing exploration of my history as a Nice Guy. Join the Nice Guy Group on Facebook to get access to more livestreams like this

Highlights of the Week

Each week, I’ll repost my most popular social media posts in one place, for… reasons. I dunno. Just don’t wanna waste them or something. Enjoy. Or don’t. I’m so tired. On staying silent… Nice Guys tend to avoid conflict, and our favourite method for doing this is to stay silent when we disagree with something (depending on the audience). We Read More

Nice GIRL Syndrome

Discover masculine confidence with my Nice Guy Recovery course I’ve been criticized in the past (and recently) for focusing too much on men when it comes to Nice Guy Syndrome. While it might seem obvious why I do this, the complaint is valid because people-pleasing is not gender-specific. In fact, all the traits of Nice Guy Syndrome can be found Read More

Nice Guys / people pleasers: How to know if you’re doing things for the right reasons

Discover masculine confidence with my Nice Guy Recovery course When you start recovering from Nice Guy Syndrome and reducing your people-pleasing, you will probably enter a phase where you don’t trust yourself. You will know from your history that you often do “nice” things for unhealthy reasons, and you’ll start to wonder if anything you do is for the “right” Read More

Top 10 Nice Guy Recovery Tips

Transform from Nice Guy to confident beast with my Nice Guy Recovery course In this video, Nice Guy Recovery specialist and Confidence Coach Dan Munro gives you everything you need to know to become authentic, confident and masculine without losing your empathy and compassion. After studying Nice Guy Syndrome for more than a decade, he’s boiled it down to these Read More

Energeia Podcast: Why Most “Nice Guys” Are Liars and Thieves

In this episode, we discuss the severely problematic nature of "Nice Guy syndrome" and attendant issues of people-pleasing, as well as the significance of the origins and causes of these issues, and the most fruitful ways of undoing or preventing this deleterious behaviour. Read More

Control: The REAL reason Nice Guys do ANYTHING

Build your confidence and connections with my Powerful Honesty course on Udemy People-pleasing and Nice Guy Syndrome are all about one thing more than anything else: Control. Nice Guys often struggle with self-awareness, unable to see that everything they do is a subtle or overt manipulation to control other people and outcomes. Nice Guys are so obsessed with control in Read More

People-pleasers & Nice Guys are NOT honest

Build your confidence and connections with my Powerful Honesty course on Udemy: https://bit.ly/PowerfulHonesty One of the ways in which people-pleasers and Nice Guys manage to live with the near-constant manipulation that they subject others to is that they convince themselves that they are in fact being genuine. It’s hard to believe that you’re a “good person” if you’re also a Read More

Making people happy is bad

You think that making people happy is a good thing, and means that you’re a good person… right? Have you ever stopped for a while to question that? “Making people happy” is the term we use to describe selfishly manipulating people’s emotions into a range that we think they enjoy (and will therefore like us more), and that we find Read More

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