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Carol Piras has over 25 years of experience as a business leader, organizational consultant, executive coach and trainer with domain knowledge and expertise in design and development of leadership strategies and architecture that achieve business goals.
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With Ilene Dillon Humans are waking up to the incredible importance of emotions.
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Historically, women have been thought of as the primary gatekeepers of intimate relationships.
Unfortunately, there are several potential downsides to this paradigm:- Women often come to feel controlling, criticizing, and over-worked- Men often come to feel controlled, criticized, and unappreciated- Men tend to become defensive and avoidant and see their partner as a problem to be solved- Women tend to feel dismissed and lonely and have to guess what their partner is feeling and thinking- Both partners often end up feeling frustrated, resentful, powerless, and misunderstood (but doing more of the same thing, hoping for different results)No wonder over 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce and countless others wither in silent desperation. Glover proposes a new paradigm of relationship interaction in which men become more fully present and take a more active leadership role in their relationship. Glover is not proposing that men become dominant or controlling, but that they become more conscious, honest, and transparent.