" Before she began sharing her expertise about the opposite sex, Alison worked on children's issues and programs to help the homeless in Orange Country, CA.
She hopes that helping people with their relationships will make for better marriages, stronger families, and healthier, happier children. I'm constantly trying to find out what's really going on here, how does this work, what could we say or do differently to get what we want out of life.
Like I said before, I do think a lot of girls assume guys don't take rejection as hard as we do.
But it seems like they actually do, so it's definitely something to keep in mind.
She now teaches a series of workshops to help both women and men understand their differences, appreciate what they share, and build stronger, healthier relationships.
The workshops are filled with laughter and cries of recognition as men nod at her descriptions and women say, "So that's why they do that!
*All stats reported here will be in terms of American men.
A common problem is that women think men are cut off from their feelings.This Ask Men Reddit thread explores that, and it’s really interesting to see how the opposite sex feels about relationships.Here are 12 things guys think about dating that they think girls just can’t understand: Zoneghost Male: Two things: Just how rare it is for the man to be messaged first (unless he looks like Adonis), combined with the shocking rate of rejections that men get. The thing that was discussed the most in this thread was the amount of rejection guys deal with.Girls aren’t supposed to say exactly what we feel (we’re “supposed to be” mysterious) and we shouldn’t hook up too soon.We should be nice and polite, but it’s also pretty socially acceptable for us to laugh in a dude’s face while rejecting him, while if a guy did that, he would be labeled as a total jerk.Alison Armstrong specializes in helping women understand how men think.