Most men get angry when first internalizing TRP because they see this huge mountain of pain before them. They see this mountain and they now realize they have to climb it if they wish to become who they want to be. They get scared, as they should, it's a big fucking mountain. Then they start to see this other group of people, the attractive women and chads, that seemingly never had to climb this mountain to get benefits. Women and chads got a helicopter ride to the top while they were denied that pass. Not only that, but most of society is telling them you don't really need to climb that mountain, you can just go wait line for a helicopter (do nothing be yourself) and eventually you will be at the top with all the 8- 10's and chads.
So now, not only have you wasted your most valuable resources, time and youth, you clearly see waiting in this line is bullshit. The helicopter rarely comes and it only picks up 2 people at at time. Men get pissed about that, and rightfully so, they were fucked over. Fuck those people at the top who lied to them and who didn't have climb this harsh mountain. But spending your time being angry at the people at the top, doesn't get you closer to the top, if anything it just keeps you down in the line.
You need to start climbing that harsh mountain. Because what you will quickly find is this, everyone falls. The difference is when you climb the mountain you build support structures as you go. So when you do fall, it's not as hard and not as far. You learn and improve as you go, so your 100th time falling is akin to a footslip, not losing your grip and almost dying. You start to expect a certain degree of problems when you plan your path. You realize what structures work for you and which don't. You learn to create these things from seemingly nothing. That is a very powerful skill, few people airlifted to the top ever have a chance to develop. They may be given access to the benefits of this skill for a short while. But eventually that will be taken away. Whether it be the wall, or daddy's money drying up eventually they will fall. Even if they don't, they are rarely happy at the top.
Humans have a desire to create value for the ones around them. Being good looking, or tall, or a certain race doesn't create value. It maybe valuable, but it does not help others around us. When you begin to learn to create value for others around you, people will want to be around you. That's attraction, being someone people want to be around. Climbing the mountain gives you something that can never be taken away. Not by a woman, time, haters, or even "the man", it will stay with you always. It gives you the ability to generate value, no matter where you are. But before you can generate value for others you need to generate value for yourself.
You need to improve yourself to a point that you are valuable to yourself. If you start trying to provide value to others without first being valuable to yourself, you will be taken advantage of. You won't know your worth, because you have none in your own mind. You need to be fit, physically and mentally to challenge the mountain. You will need passion, skill, and determination to make it to the top. These will be forged within you as you ascend, but you need discipline to start that climb. People with discipline have value, because they have worked hard and sacrificed to enforce that discipline. People without discipline may have valuable things, looks, money, status, but they are not valuable.
People who are valuable to themselves do not hate others that were given these gifts. Because they know gifts can be taken away, it is the ability to generate value that is key. Valuable people do not hate those that got a helicopter ride, they feel remorse for them. Those that got to the top without developing this skill, fall the hardest and longest when their gifts fade away.