Making Sense of Men is a free event for women, who want to understand themselves and men better, so they can live more empowered lives.
Events run 2-1/2 hours and deliver over two hours of illuminating and actionable content that helps you see your past more compassionately, while creating new possibilities for your present and future. In addition to the take and use content, this event also includes information, along with discounts and premiums, for The Queen’s Code Workshop, for those wishing to continue learning.
Regardless of your age or current relationship status, if you are open to what is being offered, you will leave this event with clarity and confidence around how to create more of what you want, with all of the men in your life, including the little men. Specifically, you will learn:
- Unsuspecting ways that men are responding to you. When you know what they are responding to, you can create the responses you want (without games or manipulation).
- Why relationships can start out great… You’re confident and expressive, he adores you, you’re having a great time… And then it assumes a downward spiral, inevitably leading to a dramatic crash and burn. Why does this happen? How do you stop it? How do you turn it around?
- How to tell when a man is attracted to you, in the most important ways.
- What’s needed to fan the flames in long term relationships.
This is a unique opportunity to see past upsets in a new light, while creating a whole new world of possibilities for yourself.
Making Sense of Men is a free introduction event for PAX Programs, founded by Alison Armstrong in 1995. PAX Programs is home of The Queen’s Code Workshop (formerly Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women™), a workshop that has transformed the way that over 25,000 graduates relate to themselves and the men in their lives.
If you would like to attend or host a Making Sense of Men event, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, Subject Line: Upcoming MSM Events and let me know what part of Los Angeles you live in. If you live outside of Los Angeles, let me know your City and State and I will connect you with the Event Leader in your area.
In 2006 I attended a Making Sense of Men event and instantly fell in love with Alison and her work around how men and women are hard-wired differently, how that’s actually a good thing and how when we know what those differences are, we can make more empowered choices.
I have been fortunate over the last nine years to take all 30 days of Alison’s curriculum and two years of leadership training, working directly with Alison. As a Certified Event Leader, it is A JOY to get to share PAX Principles and Distinctions with women looking to understand themselves and men better.