Four Reasons Women Get Angry at Men, a Solo Cast with Sharon Spano


As individuals, we’re constantly navigating challenges and conflicts; striving to elevate our self-leadership to new heights. This journey involves embracing greater levels of responsibility, intimacy, and connection thus fostering growth and development unlike anything we’ve experienced before.

Today on The Other Side of Potential, Sharon continues the conversation about relationships by delving into four reasons women get angry at men; both in our personal lives and in business. It was the topic of her number one blog post back in 2015. It’s no secret that women of complicated, but through this solo cast, Sharon hopes to allow listeners to explore this from a slightly different angle.

Tune in to hear why women don’t enjoy being ignored, underappreciated, taken advantage of, or controlled (in any shape or form) and ignite your pursuit of self-leadership, improved relationships, and the power of effective communication.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Sharon introduces the foundation of today’s topic of conversation.
  • The hidden aspect behind why women get angry.
  • Sharon dives into the four categorical reasons women get angry.
  • Important things to remember about women (when you’re in a relationship).
  • Why it’s a mistake to only show women appreciation on required occasions.
  • How Sharon defines appreciation.
  • Being taken advantage of: Sharon’s thoughts on men who attach themselves to certain women simply to take advantage of what they have to offer.
  • Why “rules without relationship create rebellion”.

 

Transcript: Here

Links Mentioned:

‘Four Reasons Women Get Angry at Men’ — https://www.sharonspano.com/four-reasons-women-get-angry-at-men/

Sharon Spano:

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