Sat, Mar 14|
Elevate Coffee Company
1+1=3 Communication Between The Sexes
Did you know that the most used phrase over the time of a relationship is, "But that's not what I meant?" Mel Brooks explores the significant differences between male and female perception and expression, and why we often don't know what our partners mean.
Time & Location
Mar 14, 2020, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM MST
Elevate Coffee Company, 2530 W Happy Valley Rd Suite 1273, Phoenix, AZ 85085, USA
About the Event
A timeless bestseller, this hilarious lecture will change the way you see your partner; it will make you understand their ' flaws" and love them even more instead of resenting their ways. Often we perceive the opposite gender quirks as personal shortcomings, where they are biologically wired differences. Male and female brains process information differently as preset by our biology and body chemistry; the computing and transmuting information can vary vastly. A phrase can mean one thing to a man, and it can have an entirely different meaning to a woman. Hence, the outcome and the conclusions of such lopsided communication is always a surprise to the opposite sex. Harvard University study conducted a study in 1998, including 3000 couples and the established that in 87% of the cases, individuals in intimate relationships do not know what their partner means. Twenty years later, and still, nobody is shocked by their findings.