How Do You Spell…

sml-lls-logoRelationships? That’s easy; C-O-M-M-U-N-I-C-A-T-I-O-N.

Sometimes it is easier said than done though. Yes indeed.

This episode also introduces a new category here on LLS. Loves Winks has full focus on relationships. Simple human relationships in all the varieties one might imagine.

Okay. Simple sometimes goes out the window when us humans enter the equation. But hey. That’s life.

Have you ever had any kind of relationship challenge(s)?

My answer is a resounding “YES!” (you’ll have to answer for yourself though).

Yes. I am the common denominator in my own personal relationships. I am the only person who has any control over me no matter what human interaction I’m in.

Take a look in the mirror if you’re wondering who that single common denominator is in your own personal relationships. All done?

For me the challenge part has another common thread.

Every relationship challenge I have boils down to my ability (or inability) to communicate. Every. Time.

Enter someone who through her own experiences and expertise is qualified to help us all communicate in better ways…

Meet Alison Armstrong.

A couple of years ago when I was first introduced to her work, I learned more about myself in 10 minutes than I have in 50+ years of my own relationship experiences.

Alison’s company, PAX Programs Incorporated, has tons of (free) resources to help you too:

PAX~World News Embraces Squirrels,  Has Orgasms By Choice, Has Favorite Feelings, Thinks Men Make Lousy Pets, Recognizes the Accountable Feminine, Gives It Away, Has a Great ASK and so much more.

Videos to Watch – Understanding Men and Women, 7 Things You Need to Know about Sex, Making Sense of Men, How Women Think, How to Change a Woman and How Not to Change a Man.

Conversations to Hear – Finding You in the Goo, The Dennis Prager Show (14 episodes) , The Aware Show and Chris Howard’s Mentor Circle.

Core Differences in Men & Women (interview series) on YouTube:

Part 1Part 2 & Part 3

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And as always, thank you so much for your eyes and ears (show length 00 minutes).

NOTE: Artist permission issues with the mp3 audio for this episode. I’ll update as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience.