GMP’s Babble of the Sexes Team takes on catching feelings, mulligans and deciphering the differences inherit in the male vs. female brain.
Once we meet the ones we want, how do we get to the point of clear communication?
Feminism, the cost of a wedding, and trends in cohabitation have nothing to do with men giving up on wedded bliss. Babble of the Sexes climbs atop the cake for the big day conversation.
A lack of natural synchronicity between fathers and daughters doesn’t mean either party is not a priority to the other. The simple answer to an improved relationship lies in intentional communication.
Are people more qualified to lead, or do certain tasks based on physiology? Jay and Alison Babble on.
How do we know what we want, and what we want others to know we want? Babble of the Sexes helps us translate the mixed messages we send each other.
Surviving your first big holiday with traditions and expectations can be downright frightening for a new couple. BOTS takes on the humbugs and saves the big gift for last. — Alison begins: I was jumping up and down on the bed excitedly. “It’s CHRISTMAS!” I giggled, eager to tear into the mound of presents under…
Why do we unnecessarily gender-code our description of basic bad behaviors instead of calling it what it is? This week, Babble of the Sexes finds the right channel.
It’s vitally important to relate our emotions with others’ experiences, and to exercise empathy. Alison and Jay Babble about this week’s topic: our emotionally disconnected society.
Is it relationship sanity to date the same Ex over again, but expect new results? Alison and Jay of Babble of the Sexes consider the relationship mulligan.
What if the age-old “battle of the sexes” was abandoned for insightful and progressive conversation? We’re way ahead of you.