Episode 8 | August 25, 2020

Stellar Conversations: The Queen’s Code with Alison Armstrong

A Personal Note From Orion

A lot of people are in love with the idea of love, but when things get shaky, not everyone is willing to do all the work. The truth is, being in a loving relationship is hard work. It’s a two-way street where both partners should have enough space for growth for them to be the best person they can be for each other. 

Easily said than done, yes. But when two people have something real and fully commit to each other, nothing is impossible. Not distance, not hardships, not differences.

In this episode with Alison Armstrong, she and I shed light on understanding the differences between men and women. If you are familiar with John Gray’s book, Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus, it’s basically the idea that you and your partner are wired differently. 

You can’t simply expect them to think like you. Sometimes we forget this and it’s how arguments and fights arise. Alison is a world-renowned author and relationship coach. She explores the interesting reasons behind the behavior of men and women such as fundamental differences in the ways we think, act, and communicate.

If you are interested in learning more about the intricacies of men and women, you’re in for a treat!

To get the transcript for the episode, including some great quotes, click here.

For a good laugh and to see the funny side of love, check out my latest blog.

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