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Inspirations: How Women Think with Alison Armstrong (June 2013)

Season 4, Episode 11
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To understand a woman is to make her even more intriguing: so says gender expert Alison Armstrong. Armstrong illuminates the core of women’s behavior as she explains the secrets behind how women think, feel, communicate, and relate to themselves and others, in this enlightening interview with Lisa Garr, originally webcast on June 20, 2013.

Alison Armstrong has been designing and leading transformational programs for adults for over 20 years. After four years of studying men, she created the Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women workshop to share her extraordinary findings with women across the nation. With her friend Joan McClain, she founded PAX Programs Incorporated with the mission of altering society’s culture by transforming the way women relate to men.

Lisa Garr
Alison Armstrong


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leo_iofe, posted on February 12, 2014

I actually learned some things about women that I didn't know. I have a mixture of thought processes from both the masculine and feminine styles. I had mostly guy friends growing up and some girl friends. I wasn't a "Tom Boy", but I was competitive when accused of not being capable of doing something that guys could do because I was a girl. I usually proved them wrong and then they had to let me hang with them, since the whole point of assuming I was disabled from being afflicted by femininity, was to convey that I was not tough enough to be in their social circle and would just be a burden. I eventually became the best hide and go seeker in my neighborhood and was begged to come out whenever a game was on, but everyone played even the girls. I always was the one that my guy friends came to when they were having girlfriend problems. They almost always thanked me, telling me I was totally correct and my suggestions fixed their issue like a charm. I loved helping with that stuff. Funny thing is I understood women in regards to romantic and parental perspectives, but found it really difficult to interact with them as friends. I spoke guy with them and didn't know how to speak girl. I didn't have the experience of having girl friends growing up in the traditional way, since I was bullied by them in school. So, the few I do have are really reasonable and sensible, but still loads of fun. I love them dearly. :-) Great show. Thank You.

floydan, posted on June 22, 2013

This looks more like a study of the difficulties and dysfunctions of the financially middle class. Some interesting insights, but pretty much how to continue the same confusing American way. Allison Armstrong might have marketed herself better as a comedienne. She mentions a collaboration with Jon Gray, this is quite apparent. But she seems to be a "man's woman", which must make her husband very happy.

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