Hollywood, CA, May 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- In Alan Roger Currie's popular dating advice book for single men, "Mode One: Let the Women Know What You're REALLY Thinking," Currie describes the emotional and egotistical downward spiral that takes place when a man allows himself to transform from a 'Mode Two Nice Guy' to a 'Mode Four Misogynist.'
"When a man presents himself as a disingenuous 'nice guy' to women in hopes that they will reward him with romantic and/or sexual companionship - only for the man to realize later that these women want nothing more from him than a purely platonic friendship - there is a greater than fifty percent chance that this man is going to enter in to what I refer to as 'The Mode Four Zone.' This is when a man reaches a point mentally, egotistically and emotionally where he passionately hates women," said Currie, who is the top Men's Dating Advice columnist on The Examiner.com as well as the host of the most popular dating advice talk radio show on BlogTalkRadio, "Upfront & Straightforward."
As a professional dating coach and advisor, Currie claims that he has helped many young single heterosexual men eliminate thoughts of hateful violence toward women. "My brother believes I should be working for law enforcement agencies or even get connected with the FBI as a 'Mode Four Profiler,' and to a large extent, I agree with him. There are hundreds of 'Elliot Rodger' types in society that are emotional time bombs waiting to explode," said Currie.
Rodger, who murdered six people before killing himself, was romantically and sexually frustrated over what he felt was a severe lack of attention from women. Rodger was a frequent poster on the worldwide message board, "PUAhate.com," a site that Currie has posted on quite a few times himself since October 2010. Currie said he was banned from the site at least twice because of his criticisms of men's attitudes on the site.
According to the Library of Congress copyright records, Currie first discussed what he refers to as 'Mode Four Misogynistic Revenge Seekers' as far back as 1998, even before his first paperback was released in February of 2006. Currie said the actions committed by George Sodini in a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania did not surprise him in 2009, and neither did Rodger's behavior on May 23, 2014 in Isla Vista near the campus of the University of California-Santa Barbara.
"Right now, we have a nation full of soon-to-be-the next Jack the Ripper and soon-to-be-the next Ted Bundy types. Things are going to get worse before they get better. Trust me on this," added Currie.
Currie can be reached for comment or interviews at firstname.lastname@example.org Currie's books can be found on Amazon.com, BarnesAndNoble.com, and http://www.modeone.net
Alan Roger Currie on The Examiner.com: http://www.examiner.com/mens-dating-advice-in-los-angeles/alan-roger-currie
Alan Roger Currie on BlogTalkRadio: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/modeone