“Women have been acculturated to believe they should be their own heroes. Women’s television delivers this message over and over again with movies in which, at most, one good man might provide some small assistance as the heroine rescues herself.”
Those are the words of “Claudia,” the wise grandmother who tutors her granddaughter in the art of loving a man in Alison Armstrong’s book, The Queen’s Code.
The long-standing war between the sexes is the stuff of legend. In TV ads, sitcoms and chick flicks everywhere, we’ve all seen images of the long suffering woman and the clueless, insensitive man.
What if it’s all a misunderstanding?
Alison creates a new ethic and approach for interacting with men in a way that honors both sexes. She’s the founder of PAX Programs, a mission driven company passionate about transforming the way men and women relate to themselves and each other and the ultimate source for understanding men and women.
Alison distinguishes human instincts that compel both men and women to behave in ways that contradict and undermine our own purposes, goals, values, needs and relationships. Her philosophy and approach is frequently referenced and taught by other authors, speakers, business consultants and therapists.