Why do men do what they do? The Amazing Development of Men helps you to understand men's behavior and gives you a new perspective so you can see men in a new way. Understand everything from "workaholics" to "mid-life crisis". Become more effective in choosing suitable mates. Have more love and harmony. Avoid disappointment. Respond well to the changes in men - including fathers, sons, husbands, men at work, and romantic interests.
This presentation is fast-paced, intriguing, and immediately useful for single and married women of all ages.
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The information seemed totally geared to getting people to pay for workshops offered. Very little actual knowledge was revealed. I'd strong suggest "Keys to the Kingdom" rather than wasting time/money on this.
A commercial advertisment
I love much of the information Ms Armstrong offers to her readers. I only wish some of her offerings didn't seem to only be a tease to buy into her workshops. I'd really like to have the information she has to share instead of feeling as if I must attend her classes to get the full picture.
That said, Keys to the Kingdom and Understanding Women made me want more. This selection was not helpful however.
I heard her speak at a woman's conference and was impressed with what she had to say.
This book is a very brief overview, then it becomes an advertisement for her $395 weekend workshop
I bought another of her audio books which I hope will be more helpful.
I normally love Alison's narration and really enjoyed her narration of the longer version of this book. Unfortunately, for me personally, the narration of this book was difficult to listen to (sounded very scripted and the energy/tone are not what I'm used to from Alison). I would highly recommend the expanded edition of this book over this one.
The actual content is helpful (you can get even more good content from the expanded version)
It sounded very scripted for me.
I highly recommend the expanded version of the Amazing Development of Men. I was hoping I would feel comfortable recommending this version to several people in my life who may struggle to find the 3.5 hours needed for the expanded version, but I will continue to recommend the longer version over this one.
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