One of Dennis’ most popular guests is Alison Armstrong – renowned relationship expert and creator of The Queen’s Code Workshop.
Dennis Prager and Alison Armstrong: Volume One
1. Differences Between Men and Women
2. Can Women Understand Male Sexuality?
3. Obligatory Sex
Dennis and Alison discuss the importance of sex in a marriage.
4. Three Crucial Components of a Relationship
5. Fathers and Judgement
Dennis and Alison talk about masculinity, fatherhood and judgment.
6. Dealing with Anger
What happens when spouses hurt one another? What is the source of the anger? What hurts a woman’s feelings? What hurts men?
7. Taking Things Personal
Taking out the garbage – a small item on the list of marriage issues? Think again.
8. When Do You Say Enough?
About a very sensitive and complex subject: When do you give up on a spouse?
9. Men, Women and Competition
Dennis and Alison discuss the different role of competition in the lives of men and women.
10. What Makes Men and Women Feel Safe
Their topic is what makes men and women feel “safe?” They are totally different. And, as usual, men and women rarely have a clue of what the other is thinking.
11. Breaking the Code
Dennis and Alison discuss how men and women hear the same words differently and how they can get on the same wavelength.
12. The 18 Minute Solution
Dennis’s regular guest, Alison Armstrong, renowned relationship expert, has a new theory – the efficiency of sex.
13. Expecting More
Why are men and women so reluctant to ask for why they need?
14. Appreciation Equation
Dennis talks to Alison Armstrong, renowned relationship expert, about Alison’s “appreciation equation” and learning the language of appreciation.
15. Key Words
Alison focuses on a few words that are key to a successful relationship.
16. Procreate, Protect and Provide
Renown relationship expert, Alison Armstrong, talks about our three main priorities to procreate, protect, and provide. The order is very important and leads to some surprising and profound conclusions about how men and women relate to one another.
Relationship expert and regular Prager Show guest, Alison Armstrong discusses the issue of anticipation with Dennis. We always think of wives wanting their husbands to anticipate their needs; but men have their own expectations.
18. Character Types
Prager H2: Renown relationship expert Alison Armstrong describes five different personality types. How couples synch up has a big impact on how they relate to each other.
19. On Complaining
Complaining bleeds the life out of marriages. Alison describes the problem to Dennis and offers solutions.
20. Happy Wife, Happy Life
A man is obsessed with two things as it relates to his spouse: what does she need and what will make her happy.
Dennis Prager and Alison Armstrong: Volume Two
Men want to be devoted to his mate and give her everything she desires. But his mate has to provide him with what he needs admiration, nurturing, attention, validation, among other things.
2. Alison Armstrong on Emasculation
A wife is capable of emasculating her husband. But why would she do it? And does she even know that she is doing it?
3. Money, Men and Mischief
Dennis talks to Alison Armstrong about how men and women relate to money.
4. How Men and Women See Happiness
Relationship expert, Alison Armstrong, makes a rare appearance on the Happiness Hour to talk about how men and women experience happiness differently.
5. Liar, Liar
Dennis talks with Alison Armstrong why men and women lie to each other.
6. Open Lines with Alison Armstrong
Dennis and Alison open up the lines to callers. Issues raised include: how do you please a wife who is negative about anything; how can a man expose his vulnerability without looking weak.
7. Alison Armstrong on Frustrations
The topic is: what frustrates each sex about the other?
8. Moving Targets
Dennis talks to Alison Armstrong on the topic of: the shifting female personality. This can pose problems for men. But are there solutions.
9. Frog Farmers
The topic is: how to get the best your spouse can offer. It takes a willful choice on your part.
10. Alison Armstrong on Criticism
Criticism of your spouse is almost always a relationship cooler and can easily be a killer.