I've been fighting the good fight on MRP for 8 months now and I appreciate the fact that it's the red pill on hard mode. I always believed MRP's goal is to build better men, which is something that has resonated with me when I was married.
Now that I'm going through a divorce I'm looking at pivoting my game plan. The 12 steps of dread have become irrelevant. There is no more track for me to run on.
The goal is still to be more attractive and be less unattractive, so a lot of stuff still applies. It seems that the rules of the game are different. Like I was training to play football and all of a sudden I find myself on a baseball team (looking at you Tim Tebow).
I'm glad that I have a fresh start and won't have to dig myself out of the hole I created early in my marriage, so that's good. But most of the things I've read have been written for married men to learn how to improve themselves and make them more attractive to their wife.
One of the tenants of dread is that you will have an amazingly sexual and satisfying partner at the end of the program - and it won't necessarily be your wife.
So what now? Does MRP not apply to me anymore? Should I switch to TRP?
Anyone know a Reddit user that has gone through a similar situation and is a good example to follow?