The Boundless Show with Lisa Anderson
March 21, 2019

Why Do Men…?: Episode 581

55:15 – 

Women’s most pressing questions about men get answered, plus healthy sexuality as a single, and a girl feels crushed by her crush.

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Episode Segments

The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Answering Women’s Questions About Men

20:22 – 

Last week, a panel of ladies gave you some rare insight into the complicated female brain. This week, Lisa steps out of the studio and gives four guys free rein to answer your questions about men, such as: Why are some girls friend-zoned while others get dates? Why do guys turn to online dating instead of asking out the women around them? How can you tell the difference between a guy who’s just easy-going vs. one who’s unhealthily passive? Jake, Jeremy, Patrick and Ross give some very telling glimpses into the male brain.

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

Sexuality and Singles

Guests: Juli Slattery,

25:20 – 

It’s one of the most common questions we get here at Boundless: What are single people supposed to do about their sexual desires? Lucky for us, Dr. Juli Slattery has written books on the topic. She gets real about desires and temptations, and offers answers to the big questions about God and His purpose for sexuality in a single adult.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Perfect, But Not Dateable?

Guests: Tim Sanford,

5:48 – 

After six months of dating, the wonderful and godly guy she’s crazy about told her that although she’s “perfect and awesome on paper,” he’s not interested in dating her. The rejection stings and she’s incredibly confused. How can she turn off her romantic feelings? Did she do something wrong? How can she fill her heart now that it feels so empty? Counselor Tim Sanford weighs in with advice and encouragement.

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