BONUS INTERVIEW PODCAST: Alison Armstrong from

This Coffee Chat podcast is with Alison Armstrong of PAX Programs Incorporated. PAX, which is an acronym for Partnership, Adoration and Xstacy, creates peace between the sexes by providing unique and immediately useful information to women on understanding men. Their products, CDs, DVDs and workshops can be found at

As stated on their website, “PAX…is passionate about altering our society’s culture by transforming the way women relate to men. [PAX provides] extraordinary information with which women can profoundly affect their relationships with men of all ages and in all circumstances. [PAX is] dedicated to having this priceless information in the hearts and minds of one million women. [PAX intends] to accomplish this with fun, integrity, intelligence, courage and in partnership with both masculine and feminine forms of power.”  Read more about PAX’s mission by clicking here. Sounds like fEmpowerment, no?

As promised, please find the links to:

* Alison’s website
* writing to Oprah about how you felt hearing about Alison in this Podcast;
* watching Alison on Utube:
– “How Women Speak: There Is No Point!” (part 1 of 3)
“How Women Speak: Life-Threatening Details” (part 2 of 3)
“How Women Speak: It’s All About Flow” (part 3 of 3)

“How Women Think: What Focus???” (part 1 of 3)
“How Women Think: How Do You Get Her Attention?” (part 2 of 3)
“How Women Think: Multi-Tasking During Sex?” (part 3 of 3)

“How Women Feel: Crashing The System” (part 1 of 2)
“How Women Feel: The Rage Monster” (part 2 of 2)

“How to NOT Change A Man: Why Criticism Doesn’t Work”
“How To Change A Woman: The SLIGHTEST Criticism Will Do”

I hope you enjoy this podcast, and please let me know if there are other experts you might like to hear interviewed on our Coffee Chats.

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One thought on “BONUS INTERVIEW PODCAST: Alison Armstrong from

  1. Mrs. Armstrong makes some great points. For me, Mrs. Armstrong takes too long to get her point across. For ladies, I can see Mrs. Armstrong being very effective.
    Men and women refuse to get intouch with themselves. When people get intouch with themselves, it is easier to get intouch with others!

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