A story of love, friendship and rekindled romance...
In Keys to the Kingdom, Alison Armstrong takes you on a journey of discovery into the workings of men, women, and relationships. Much of the information acquired during Alison's 15-year study of men is brought to life by the novel's charming and genuine characters. This heartfelt story communicates the type of wisdom taught in Alison's Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women workshops.
©2012 Alison A .Armstrong (P)2012 Alison A .Armstrong
this book was amazing, it made so much sense and I am finding men fascinating
I love men. It's exciting to find a series of study that celebrates and supports men and helps the genders to better understand each other with love and compassion.
the story is really cheesy. I would prefer to just get the wisdom (and there is a lot, she is really gifted at explaining human behaviour and motivations and stages) without sifting through the story. A different story might be OK, this was just really really cheesy. A Queen's Code was similar, but I read that one so was able to skim through and it didn't feel as irritating. I wouldn't recommend this book in audio, but I do recommend her books for the valuable information she explains.
BE more, CREATE more and COLLABORATE more
yes parts of it, I feel it is a book I could look more deeply look at my relationships with men
I was confused, not sure what exactly she was saying , women should be not working?
probably however wish she used a professional narrator
Claudia’s daughter, I would love to hear her perspective.
I wish Claudia had chosen a women who had 2 children already to work with , who maybe did not have the time to take long walks on the beach, her attention divided.
I would love to hear that story.
I get the frog farmer concept however felt the man was very harsh when a women shows up to learn she does not have be put down the minute she asks a question. Introducing her to concept I feel would work better.
"It was good"
Nice story and good to see men from another perspective. I would recommend it, it's definitely worth a read.
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