Beauty is Interested in the Beast Who Can Be Civilized | Jocko Willink & Jordan B Peterson


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  1. Sunny Winters said:

    Is this Mr. Dr. Prof. Thug Lyf Peterson Channel!?

    March 2, 2018
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  2. Arbitrageur92 said:

    just brilliant and inspiring. reading 12 rules for life now

    March 2, 2018
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  3. Dud30ify said:

    Jordan Peterson is just absolutely amazing

    March 2, 2018
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  4. Sallie Skakel said:

    When Greta Garbo watched Jean Cocteau's beautiful retelling of this story in his 1941 film, "La Belle et La Bete", at the end, when the Beast was transformed into a prince, she shouted out, "Vhat haf you done to my beautiful Beast?!" I felt the same way when I watched the film. As a friend of mine said, "I have always wanted to have a big hairy [actual] animal who is stoked on me!" The standard ending of the story is just an embarrassed evasion of the real desire.

    March 2, 2018
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  5. Smull Hat Bear said:

    Jordan Peterson…curious on your thoughts or stance of the States gun control issue? Holy is it ever dividing people and I feel children are being ignored (almost mocked) to some extent by the right leaning archetypes. Help!!

    March 2, 2018
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  6. Casper G said:

    ???????
    mine always bully md

    March 3, 2018
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  7. Tom Korte said:

    Can you give this lesson to the Canadian Conservative Party? Never mind, it would be pointless with their current leadership.

    March 3, 2018
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  8. Leeman Harrington said:

    It's sort of like that one tumblr post I guess.
    A girl want a bad boy that will only be good for her.
    Meanwhile, a guy wants a good girl that will only be bad for him.

    March 3, 2018
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  9. ThomasRichardHaroldson said:

    That’s all well and good, but how exactly do you know what it is you’re capable of that’s terrible?

    March 3, 2018
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  10. Victor Ludorum said:

    First

    March 3, 2018
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  11. Sono Tom said:

    that fable only addresses successful engagement of a mate. what about the rest of life? surely the mother archetype is the ultimate – even though the doctor's previous point about dysfunctional nurturing is very apt.
    now, exactly how useful is telling girls about making good choices, when they are so prone to reject culpability for every bad choice and its consequences. it's that irresponsibility that undermines relations across the board.

    March 3, 2018
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  12. krileayn said:

    1:00 Yugoslavia was never part of the Soviet Union.

    March 3, 2018
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  13. DarkMistyDay said:

    Beauty and the Bucko

    March 3, 2018
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  14. Gilbert977 said:

    How do I integrate the shadow. Suggestions?

    March 3, 2018
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  15. Dorijan T said:

    Yugoslavia wasn't in the Soviet Union.

    March 3, 2018
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  16. Tommy Freudenthal said:

    Hey Mister P! Please make a statement about Libertarianism!

    March 6, 2018
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  17. Mandilyn Cartwright said:

    Sometimes people ask me how not to get suck in the rut.. I usually respond with.
    Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.. no, be enthusiastic about pushing yourself to the brink of discomfort. Growth isn’t comfortable.

    March 6, 2018
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  18. Beth Hollins said:

    So who can be civilized?

    April 21, 2018
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  19. Jarrid Gable said:

    This man has a way of speaking to a man's soul

    June 21, 2018
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  20. Political troll said:

    The beast was not the village alpha male. Gaston was and Belle hated his ass.

    September 5, 2018
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  21. DARKB1KE said:

    That's it boys… I'm going Walter White, breaking bad!

    February 25, 2019
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  22. Mykola Zaitsev said:

    Props to J. Peterson for his work and influence. But sometimes I wonder if he ever encountered any other branches of “modern psychology” apart from decades old Jung’s and Freud’s ideas. Carl Jung’s ideas were revolutionary at the time, but a lot has changed. Beauty and the beast for example is a good example of the “fixer” or “rescuer” syndrome found both in men and women. Some women, for example, are drawn to “bad” boys trying to rescue them, but it never works out in real life. They just recreate the same patterns where they get dumped and emotionally abused over and over again. The idea of saving someone and turning him or her into a “good” person is a fantasy. And it works only in Disney movies. In modern psychology this is well understood. The girl from the Beaty and the Beast is just an archetype of a fixer mentality. She requires psychotherapy herself if she is ever to find a loving and supportive relationship. And the idea of shadow integration is a bit confusing. It’s not to develop a monster in yourself which you control, it’s to heal the toxic shame which causes disintegration and conflicts in a psyche in the first place.
    My goal is not to criticize the man though, but simply point out that there’s a different view which advices a better way to deal with psychological distress and life dissatisfaction.

    September 26, 2019
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