Forget the lobster king

Reference

https://theconversation.com/psychologist-jordan-peterson-says-lobsters-help-to-explain-why-human-hierarchies-exist-do-they-90489

For example, one of the most relevant brain structures for dominant social behaviour is the amygdala, located in the temporal lobe of primates including humans. Arthropods don’t have an amygdala (lobsters don’t even have a brain, just an aglomerate of nerve endings called ganglia).

Peterson’s followers are amygdala triggered by their failures as men.
He tells them to do nothing about this. This keeps them dependent on him. Mindless.
I might post studies to this effect….

They’re like SJWs, like the male equivalent of black power activists, desperately clinging to delusions of grandeur. Most men weren’t great, most of their ancestors were shit-covered serfs. They’re trying to take credit for what other races, culture and genetic families have done. This won’t work. The material doesn’t reside in them. They have nothing to call on.
Reality is triggering them.
The delusion is all they have. Currently.

You can’t blame the world, or your parents, or women for your personal faults forever. They’re waking up and their brain will mature, it’s a question of whether they go easy or not.

If all women reject them (and men socially, but they ignore this canary), maybe the women are right? Maybe they’re unfit? Won’t change? (Crazy people never learn). With the common pajama boy bitchiness, they need to turn gay or die alone.

I’m kind in the grand scheme of things.

This is what you need. Really listen.

Technically, if you want to be tin foil, anhedonia is protecting you from more sin. It’s your brain telling you the input is wrong, morally.

There are status replacements e.g bullying, that also ought to be discouraged. This used to happen with good father figures.

Most men cannot have status, like most women cannot be great beauties. You must accept this as a sex or waste your life.
You don’t see us shooting up schools, we get over it. Men need to drop the entitlement to have any hope of living, accept yourself as flawed humans, otherwise they’ll suffer in avarice always wanting what they can’t have.

Tantalus springs to mind. Sisyphus was useful at some point.

The Deadly Sins are aptly named.

Then again

He was punished for chronic deceitfulness by being compelled to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, repeating this action forever.

Cheats never prosper is true.

King Sisyphus promoted navigation and commerce

but was avaricious and deceitful. 

Ah, the twins!

Most famously, Tantalus offered up his son, Pelops, as a sacrifice. He cut Pelops up, boiled him, and served him up in a banquet for the gods. The gods became aware of the gruesome nature of the menu, so they did not touch the offering

The first Boomer.

Pagans have their limits, despite having no sexual virtues.

There is no such thing as a chaste pagan.

Tantalus was also the founder of the cursed House of Atreus in which variations on these atrocities continued. Misfortunes also occurred as a result of these acts, making the house the subject of many Greek tragedies.

Karma.
You can screw who you want but don’t steal things, harm your kin or kill your kids.

Lessons for bad Boomers.

The best Peterson video

To be fair to the guy, when he isn’t explaining why Maleficent is your bitch of an aunt.

Happiness is the marketing gimmick of the 20th century.

Unhappy with your teenage marriage? Buy this toaster!

Your wife is busy and you turned forty? Buy this sexy car!

Notice how this advice is only required for the stunted humans of today. It is simple but used to be a classic truth. It is not scientific. It is proscriptive common sense. Science is never proscriptive. It never tells you do this, do that, go there, marry them, breed. It can report probabilities and differentials, that is all.

In the “assume we got a can opener” economy, there are no top-down solutions.

If you hate yourself, the government can’t come in and fix you short of a lobotomy.

Or a pill that does the same exact thing…

We are in impossible debt.

Impossible.

Imaginary levels.

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/impossible

If “buying shit we don’t need” made us happy, we’d all be under a palm tree in a knitting circle wearing tie dye holding hands singing Kumbaya. We’d be the happiest Pollyanna on PCP motherfuckers in human history.

We’re slowly learning why greed is a sin and the one that makes people miserable.

Whatever you do in life is never enough.

Shit, shoot yourself if that’s the case, right?

But the solution isn’t the opposite. The solution to problems in life isn’t death.

This is important, it’s a classic male error. It drives their suicide risk.

The solution to materialism isn’t minimalism. It’s savvy consumerism, one category at a time. You invest in yourself and objects in your life serve you. Owning less restricts your options, especially for intangibles like artwork or one-off perfume for women. Little things, small luxuries can mean a lot to us. Subjectively, there is nothing wrong with that. It’s one of the best parts of life, we connote sentimental memories with external triggers (sometimes visiting a place, hearing a song). You like an ugly little trinket box everyone hates? You go. You love that little thing. It isn’t stupid, it’s an object. It fulfills its purpose in your life, it doesn’t represent anything. Stop reading into everything. Sometimes a trinket box is just a trinket box, it isn’t a void of parental affection. That’s crazy making.

In psychological terms, it is pathologically neurotic. You will become hysterical living like that.

Humans need roots, heritage, position, purpose, meaning, work to do, hopes, dreams, comfort and finally, satisfaction. Don’t look at happiness studies, it’s superficial crap. Look at satisfaction with (factor). Much better.