Dennis and Alison Armstrong / Men's Sexual Nature - Bundle
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With this set you will discover many ideas about sexual nature and
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AND ALISON ARMSTRONG
talks with frequent Prager Show guest, Alison Armstrong,
co-founder of Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women seminars.
Differences Between Men and Women
Can Women Understand Male Sexuality?
and Alison discuss the importance of sex in a
Three Crucial Components of a Relationship
Fathers and Judgement:
and Alison talk about masculinity, fatherhood and judgment.
Dealing with Anger:
happens when spouses hurt one another? What is the source of the
anger? What hurts a woman's feelings? What hurts men?
Taking Things Personal:
out the garbage - a small item on the list of marriage issues?
When Do You Say Enough?
a very sensitive and complex subject: When do you give up on a
Men, Women and Competition:
and Alison discuss the different role of competition in the
lives of men and women.
What Makes Men and Women Feel Safe:
topic is what makes men and women feel "safe?" They are totally
different. And, as usual, men and women rarely have a clue of what the
other is thinking.
Breaking the Code:
and Alison discuss how men and women hear the same words
differently and how they can get on the same wavelength.
The 18 Minute Solution:
regular guest, Alison Armstrong, renowned relationship expert,
has a new theory - the efficiency of sex.
are men and women so reluctant to ask for why they need?
talks to Alison Armstrong, renowned relationship expert, about
Alison's "appreciation equation" and learning the language of
focuses on a few words that are key to a successful relationship.
Procreate, Protect and Provide:
relationship expert, Alison Armstrong, talks about our three
main priorities to procreate, protect, and provide. The order is very
important and leads to some surprising and profound conclusions about
how men and women relate to one another.
expert and regular Prager Show guest, Alison Armstrong discusses the
anticipation with Dennis. We always think of wives wanting their
anticipate their needs; but men have their own expectations.
- Character Types:
Renown relationship expert Alison Armstrong describes five different
personality types. How couples synch up has a big impact on how they
MEN'S SEXUAL NATURE
- Part 1: Understanding and Demystifying the Monster
- Part 2: What Men, Women & Society Can Do With
- Part 3: Pornography: What Is It and Why Men Use It
- Part 4: Adultery: What Is It and How Can It Be
offers clarity on the issue of male sexuality, which is often
men and very hard for women to understand.
He claims that it is easier for men to understand women in the sexual
arena than vice versa. Dennis believes that once women
challenges men face trying to control their sexual instincts, they will
appreciate the decency of the men in their lives.
Men, Women & Society
Can Do With Men's Sexual Nature
offers suggestions on how men can control their sexual nature so they
have to forsake love and personal growth for excitement.
After detailing negative choices men can make
by following their nature, Dennis then
presents good choices that will lead to a more fulfilling
life. He also explains how women and society can
make this challenge easier for men.
What Is It and Why
Men Use It
defines pornography and explains why it causes people to think so
unclearly. He shows how an understanding
of male sexuality can make pornography less ugly and scary.
agrees that there are no great arguments to make in favor of
counters several arguments made against it.
What Is It and How
Can It Be Prevented
With his characteristic compassion and good
humor, Dennis reveals why adultery is
a complex issue that can be better grasped with an understanding of
sexuality. Although Dennis believes adultery is a sin, he
it should automatically lead to a divorce. Dennis
feels bad for all people affected by adultery, because even good people
sometimes commit unholy acts.