The Problem with Women is Men! – Charles J. Orlando
By Charles J. Orlando
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It’s tough for anyone to see their part in relationship issues, and so many women have a compulsive need to fix, change, and/or save the men who are in their lives. Mixed messages, passive aggressive behavior, lack of passion, lack of interest and effort… these are the quintessential Death Rattles for any relationship. Yet women stay in these relationships… sacrificing their self-esteem, self-worth and individuality in order to keep their relationships going. If you’re ready to move on from past failures and into happy, healthy relationships, tune in to The Problem with Women… is Men on WebTalkRadio and get ready to move on to a love life without drama.
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – Love doesn’t mean giving up YOU!||It happens to a lot of people: You get into a relationship and you slowly start giving up small pieces of you — your SELF. But you're supposed to compromise, right? Yes... but not if you are giving up your self-esteem,||7/8/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – Online Dating — Does It Produce Results?||You know how it goes: You sign-up for an online dating site, plunk down your credit card, and spend 90+ minutes filling out (what amounts to) a personality test. But those questions only gauge your wants and needs for that moment in time,||7/1/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – What’s The Rush To Marriage?||Women are shown from a very young age that to be successful in love means to get married. But what's the big rush? Why do some women hurry to get married without even knowing who they are or where they are going? In this broadcast,||6/24/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – Finding Love… with Science?||It's been scientifically proven that we subconsciously know how a relationship will turn out within five minutes of meeting someone... but wouldn't it be amazing if you could know consciously how the two of you fit — romantically, sexually, financially,||6/18/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – The Why’s of Infidelity||Studies show that 25% of all relationships have experienced some level of infidelity—whether sexual, emotional, or financial. But why? Is it a lack of honor across society? A lack of dedication? Or is it as simple as people committing to each other too.||5/31/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – How To Solve Communication Challenges In Relationships||It's the rare couple that doesn't, sooner or later, run into a few bumps in the road. And with 40% of all first marriages and 50% of all second marriages ending in divorce, married couples need help. If couples can recognize ahead of time what key rela...||5/20/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – The Reality of Marriage||When relationships first start, infatuation rules... and people end up thinking their mate is "perfect", "flawless", and "The One." Then, marriage... and as time passes, the reality sets in... and the people we have pledged our life-long love too are s...||5/13/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – Flirting: How to get them to notice you||Flirting is the primal dance of courtship. But it's also how men and women interrelate. Body language, spoken word, gestures — they all play a part. But how does it work online? When do you know if you've gone too far?||5/6/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – How to Date Online… Successfully!||Online dating is wrought with challenges: How to write a great profile, what type of pictures to use (and how many), what sites are the best... and what about cyber-dating safety? Join us as we welcome Julie Spira,||4/29/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Problem with Women is Men! – Breakups and Make-ups||Everyone has experienced a bad breakup. The trick is to learn what you can from the experience and move on — or (even better) recognize a bad relationship before it starts. Join us as we talk to Lisa Steadman,||4/22/2012||Free||View in iTunes|