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Youtuber and dating expert Kevin Samuels counsels a 27-year-old woman who is eager to win back her "high value" ex-husband.

The woman's high-value husband divorced her after telling her to seek therapy.

That's always a bad sign when a spouse or significant other advises a woman to seek professional help for her mental problems.

But it gets worse.

Kevin gets the caller to admit she is currently married to a man 25 years her senior.

The caller says he's a good provider who bought her a home. However, she wants her ex-husband back because he's a high-value man who's 15 years her senior. She adds that her ex is better looking than her current husband.

Needless to say, Kevin has very little patience for today's "modern woman" - as he calls narcissistic sociopaths who only consider their own selfish needs.

I fast forwarded to the woman's call below. But you can watch the full video here.
 

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Divorce rates have spiked in America during the Covid-19 lockdowns. The divorce rate, normally the highest in the world, is 34 percent higher from March through June compared to 2019, according to the NY Post.

One Texas school teacher hoped a new lesson would help change the relationship dynamics between males and females that lead to higher divorce rates.

Titled "Rules for Chivalry", the class assignment teaches young students how to be proper ladies and gentlemen.

The rules for girls include "dress in a feminine manner to please men", "address all men respectfully by title" and "obey any reasonable request by a male".

Additionally, girls are instructed to "walk behind men", not to "criticize men" or "complain or whine".

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There were also a set of rules for boys, instructing them to "dress in jackets and ties or suits", "treat ladies with respect", "show courtesy and assist women", assist ladies to seat themselves at a table, and "pay for all expenses during dates".

These rules are routinely taught to children in other cultures where the divorce rates are significantly lower than in America.

Despite the fact that the rules have proven effective in other cultures, the class was canceled due to the fierce public backlash.

The Shallowater school district released a statement saying the assignment "does not reflect our district and community values. The matter has been addressed with the teacher, and the assignment was removed."

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