Making sense of men's evolution... The stages of development describe the lifelong process by which a man's sense of self evolves. Predictable and unavoidable, these stages determine what men live for and what they can't live without. Understanding the differences between knights, princes, and kings is critical for success in romantic relationships, raising sons, and working effectively with men.
In this intimate conversation you'll learn:
Plus much more!
©2008 Alison Armstrong (P)2013 PAX Productions
And a transformation occurred....
Oh my what an amazing insightful read ( listen ), every man and every woman needs this information, let's stop this GLOBAL misunderstanding between the sexes and move into partnership, maybe peace between the sexes might bring peace in general!!!
It's a wonderful audio book based upon the stages a man faces in life, it made me feel a little more comfortable at the stage of life im in.
I just wish there was something in there regarding how to embody being a man , embody masculinity.
It helps me explain to a woman whats I'm really thinking and what I can provide as a provider and a man
She seemed actually genuine, wonderful voice.
No 3 days
Alison Armstrong is both knowledgable and compassionate. I love her work! This audio is informative for both sexes. It helps me understand my partner better and have more empathy for men in general.
"Why isn't this taught in every highschool?!"
wow. I'm floored and excited to learn more. a few key points I loved learning
- men are single focused. That means when they are watching t.v they literally can NOT hear you
-men flick through all channels then say nothings on because nothing is WORTHY of their time
- we need to stop treating little boys like little girls by making them care about hygienic, being tidy and quiet
- when a boy becomes a knight he is SUPPOSED to be with his friends and learn loyalty and go on adventurers
- "behave" means everything to a woman, and nothing to a man-except surpress yourself
"The Work of a Genius"
No one knows men or women better than Alison Armstrong. She knows men better than most men know themselves. While women obviously have an interest in listening to this, so should every man. To quote Montaigne, "The greatest thing in the world is to know how to belong to oneself."
"Total Appreciation For This Heartfelt Work"
Exceptional information for women who are really ready to understand and men who would benefit from some validation and who're interested in being understood.When I called for a solution, this book provided usable, valuable, practical, inspiring and TRANSFORMING answers for my relationship with myself AND with the men in my life. In a state of total appreciation for the heartfelt work of this author.
"The Queens Code"
I read "The Queens Code" and had the most "lightbulb" moments of any self development work I've done to date. I wanted more and this delivered it easily, simply, understandably and transformationally yet again. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
"A Help for my Heart and..."
those who are in relationship with me. My peers, my siblings, children, and perhaps someday my future spouse.
God bless you :)
Very informative. Alot of aha moments. love this and all her programs I've purchased.
Listened to this twice so i could remember the amazing information in here better. Alison has broken down all the barriers that keep us from having a partnership with men! After this workshop I now see everything so differently and have been teaching my friends about it and can see the light bulbs in their eyes as see their partners in a new light..there is hope for us yet!!
really enjoyed this audio. I will listen again, there is a lot of information here!
Invaluable information. Definitely helped calming my anxiety towards men and hope the info will assist in rekindle my relationship.
Definitely one of the best if not, it is the best in explaining why and how men act the way they are throughout their lifetime. It made me feel better about how I feel on my current relationship. Although, I believe that the only piece that is missing on this is what to do as a woman while a man is in a certain stage of development. The author somewhat discussed it but I still felt unsatisfied with the suggestion. I felt that the recommendation were too vague for my need. Overall, I was happy with it. I highly recommend this for people who just want to understand men but not necessarily to those who want more answer on how to deal with men.
This is my re-engagement with Alison's work. I discovered her about 3.5 years ago with "The Queen's Code", which I loved, and subsequently went back for "Keys to the Kingdom". As a woman, I find her work invaluable and very helpful in "making sense of men". As she explains, you can continue to suffer or you can use this knowledge to ease the way. However, the piece that's always been missing for me is the real issue of personal responsibility. Somehow her work gives men AND women an "out". Kinda like, "...it's just how I'm built, it's what I gotta do..." Yet, as spiritual beings having an human experience, aren't we called to transcend our primitive instincts and do our best to act in regards to not just our higher good, but the higher good of those we love/care about? A man recognizing that he is compelled to build & has little energy (physical, emotional or mental) for nothing else should rightly choose to be alone while he works his way through his development. Why seek out or encourage relationships if you can't sustain them? That's not serving the other person's/people's best interests.
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