Kevin Samuels has come to large fame by giving unfiltered relationship advice while doing live consultations on the great World Wide Web. I agree with many of his controversial views and opinions but not his delivery, but then again, I understand what gets viewers attention and holds it. People like drama. Let’s talk briefly about what a high-power man is according to a recent Google search I did (https://thepowermoves.com/high-quality-men/)
Some of the characteristics include
Both lists could be longer, but hopefully you get the draft. I have said this time, after time, after time… Men Historically pursue younger and more attractive partners while women/females select the more secure and safe partner. Safety and security are the equivalent to financial and physical relief, two worries the female or woman do not have to concern themselves with. These are basic survival standards in human evolution. This goes back to the cave man days. The literature teaches us this in social sciences on the higher education level.
I say all this to tell you, that Kevin Samuels has over a million followers for the sustenance of his content and validity to what he speaks to. There is also the drama and the rude element to his presentation in which people gravitate to.
I would disagree with Kevin on his perception of beauty and how the global beauty standard measures attractiveness in anyone. For example, he rates Beyonce Knowles at an 8 while Kelly Roland is a 10. I would respectfully disagree without placing my personal judgment on the matter which I find demeaning to women. Although, the mass amount of high value men do not seek out the Lizzo’s of the world they choose to pursue the Melania’s and the Beyonce’s if available. Beauty remains in the eye of the beholder. I disagree with his assessment ratings for women when they come on his live streams.
One very crucial question that is asked consistently throughout his broadcasts is, “What do you bring to the table if you would like a high value man who earns enough money to sustain the lifestyle that you desire?
I will close with saying this…
Most women desire to be married to a lifelong partner. With marriage comes significant sacrifice in some capacity. Every seven years a human being changes in some aspect of their life, sometimes for better and others for the worst. Unfortunately, the harsh reality of love is that it comes with conditions. If you were to challenge me on this then reflect on the last time you felt in-love with someone…Why did the two of you break up? You or the other person broke one of your conditions of love. We can debate that all day, but at the end of the discussion one thing remains when selecting a life-long partner. Those who hold strong core values have standards for who we want in our lives. Your standards may differ from mine. We will all make mistakes and errors in judgment to find exactly what we want. That is the benefits of learned experiences. No matter how powerful an individual is, be careful who you allow to influence your values.
By: Jere’My Rankins MA, LPC