The Boundless Show with Lisa Anderson
March 14, 2019

Why Do Women…?: Episode 580

57:13 – 

Men’s most pressing questions about women get answered, plus two men on real manhood, and a male listener feels like “one of the girls.”

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Episode Segments

The Boundless Show: Roundtable Segment
Roundtable Segment

Answering Men’s Questions About Women

20:57 – 

Why do some girls get so emotional? How can a shy, introverted guy compete with more suave, extroverted guys? What makes a woman see one guy as a friend but another as a date? We asked our male Boundless Insiders for their most pressing questions about women, then gathered several female roundtable guests to answer these questions and more. Disclaimer: While this discussion will give you a very interesting glimpse into the female mind, women will never cease to be a mystery. Check out these articles to further your study: 3 Ways Women View Introverted Men and What’s the Best Way to Initiate a Relationship? Ladies, stay tuned —  next week a panel of guys will answer your questions!

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The Boundless Show: Culture Segment
Culture Segment

Manhood Defined

26:25 – 

Rick was a passive guy, especially when it came to his spiritual life. It wasn’t until he went to premarital counseling that he realized that passivity would be very harmful to his future marriage. He started studying what it means to be a man and discovered that stereotypically feminine traits like submission and compassion are actually key components of true manhood. Lisa sits down with Rick and his friend Andy for a snarky, Jesus-centered and enlightening discussion on how guys can be a true man — and how ladies can recognize one.

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The Boundless Show: Inbox Segment
Inbox Segment

Not Just One of the Girls

Guests: Geremy Keeton,

7:01 – 

Most of his friends are girls. He’s interested in things like theater, and couldn’t care less about sports, cars or other more typical guy obsessions. All of that is good with him — except for one big problem: All the women he’s interested in keep friend-zoning him. Is there a way to have more atypical interests and still appear dateable to the ladies? Counselor Geremy Keeton gives this listener some ideas to keep from being “just one of the girls.”

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