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Subscribe via iTunes"Just wanted to make a quick comment on the most recent podcast you did called Gender, Denver, Death, and Dating. This podcast really gets to the heart of a number of matters which I seldom, if ever, hear addressed elsewhere, and of course have particular relevance to me. Some of these things we touched on in our recent phone conversation, choosing social venues, online dating, etc. Other issues were also quite interesting as well, though, such as the value the culture places on a hot woman's body and face, and the discussion on how attractive women deal with a shift of attention to the younger set as they age. Just a quick comment to say this is great stuff, I think you guys hit on some valuable discussions as well as being entertaining."

Steven B

How to handle those critical remarks from women that test you during your interactions with women.

Download here: Episode 18

9 Comments to “Episode 18: Handling Criticism From Women”

  1. John Doe Says:

    http://www.drpaulmrjanka.com/media/Episode_18.mp3

    Link?

  2. Matt Says:

    Ahh excellent, I always look forward to your podcasts Paul’s.

  3. Cosmo Says:

    http://www.drpaulmrjanka.com/media/Episode_17.mp3

  4. Art Says:

    Where is the link to episode 18?

  5. Ronnie Libra Says:

    You guys still doin these or what?

    Let’s step it up gentlemen. Get the show back on the road.

  6. John Doe Says:

    How come you guys stopped?

    You talked too much, ended up likeing each other and having a Dr Paul in Mr Janka session?

    You guys are MIA!

    what’s the status?

  7. Hessel Says:

    yeah what happened? I always looked forward to the podcasts

  8. Nicky Says:

    where are u guys?? Don’t stop now!

  9. Sharpie seduction Says:

    Janka himself is solid at doing this too. This I mean in handling criticism and shit tests from women; especially in field.

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