Differences in our expectations and desires can lead to problems. Tim talks about these and some of the sexual aspects of marriage. He also gives the class an experiment to try. Lots of fun.
As we continue to look at the differences between men’s brains and women’s brains, Trudi discusses the differences in the way men and women talk. Why do women seem to use so many more words than men? Is it true? Do women really talk more? How much do men need to talk? Why?
Tim explores the science behind the observations of differences between men and women. We see the differences, but WHY are we that way?
Based on teaching by Mark Gungor and Dr. Walt Larimore.
Trudi discusses stereotypes and the differences between men and women. Based on the teaching of Mark Gungor.
We return to the subject of His Brain, Her Brain while borrowing heavily from the teaching of author and speaker, Mark Gungor. His materials can be found at LaughYourWay.com.
Today, Tim deals with the messy subject of relational poo, and the myths that we tend to believe that keep our relationships stinky.
After spending the last few weeks talking about resolving our difficulties with other reasonable people, Trudi begins the discussion about the unreasonable people in our lives. What characteristics define the unreasonable person? What are the goals and motivations of unreasonable people?
(Based on teaching by Alan Godwin and his book, How to Solve Your People Problems)
Class notes: Handout for August 23, 2009 (PDF file)