Description of Loving More By Sacrificing Less
The feminine drive to please and the masculine drive to provide compel both men and women to spend time, money and energy on each other. This is good. The problem is that both genders project their needs and desires upon everyone else: lovers, children, friends, employees, employers, clients, etc.
This causes us to sacrifice needlessly, leaving us less than we really are and are meant to be. It also has us waste our resources and be left under-appreciated by consistently missing the bulls-eye of satisfying another. — Alison Armstrong
In this recording, Alison brings advanced concepts she’s been developing to cause a breakthrough for men and women in loving more by sacrificing less.
You will learn:
- How to use a Great ASK to honor your own needs for physical, mental, and emotional space. And what that provides for others will register in your consciousness, so that “holding your space” becomes a gift to yourself and your partners.
- How to have a Great GIVE, the complement to a Great ASK, and stop wasting your energy on things that don’t really matter to those you are pleasing and providing for.
- The true price of Sacrifice and be clear that it is not worth it to you or the people you are Sacrificing for. And you’ll learn how Appreciation makes saying yes a pleasure instead of a Sacrifice.
- Hear Alison’s answers to common questions asked by participants during the live program.
About Alison A. Armstrong
Educator and Advocate
Alison Armstrong, author, educator, and creator of the widely acclaimed “Understanding Men” and “Understanding Women” transformational online series, asks the question: “What if no one is misbehaving — including you?” She explores the good reasons behind the behavior of men and women such as fundamental differences in the ways we think, act and communicate. She offers simple, partnership-based, solutions to improve our communication and intimacy by honoring ourselves and others. She’s known for her insight, sense of humor and ability to articulate the human experience and predicament of gender.
Home and Family
Alison was married to Greg from 1993 until his passing in 2019. People often commented on their marriage, assuming they must be newlyweds. “Greg and I sometimes made people uncomfortable, although we didn’t mean to. I just had the worst crush on him.” And she adds with a smile, “Greg said he worshipped the water I walk on.”
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