Men balancing work, dating and marriage, plus how to find your “love style,” and a listener wants to exude confidence, not arrogance.
Last week, a panel of women talked about work. Now it’s the guys’ turn. Lisa stepped out of the studio to let four guys talk candidly about the tendency men have to idolize their career, how to endure the “right now” job while waiting on the dream job, and how to know when you’re financially ready to get married.
It sounds like magic, but it’s legit. This couple can predict what your first fight with your future spouse will be about. Milan and Kay aren’t psychics — they’re psychologists. After counseling couples in crisis for years, they’ve discovered that almost all marital conflicts actually start in childhood. By tracing back to the hurts you experienced as a child, you can find your “love style” and put yourself in an awesome position to address marital conflict long before the conflict starts.
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Guests: Joshua Rogers,
He knows girls are attracted to authentic confidence. He’d like to be confident, but when he looks at his life, he doesn’t feel competent or praiseworthy in any area. Is this affecting how women see him? What can he do to change this? The ever-frank Joshua Rogers gives some helpful tips.