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Why are women so frustrated with men?

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** In 43 per cent of couples, the women make decisions in more areas than the man and men said they were OK with women ruling the roost, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center, a Washington-based nonpartisan fact-tank. ** A lot of men may be OK with women ruling the roost, but are women OK with men leaving most of these responsibilities to them? ** In the U.S., two-thirds of divorces are initiated by women according to an eight-year study by psychologist Sanford Braver of Arizona State University. ** Why are women so frustrated with men today? ** Why do women want strong men? ** What are the traits of a strong man? Join Coach DQ host of Career Life Balance Radio (aka CLB Radio) a show about coaching, educating, motivating, and connecting you to the resources to help you live a more balanced career, life and business. You career affects your life and your life affects your career, finding a balance isn't always easy, learn tips, tools and strategies to help you bring more balance into your world. Our special guest this week is Elliott Katz, Author of "Being the Strong Man A Woman Wants" http://www.beingthestrongman.com After the end of a relationship, Elliott Katz sought to learn about being a man in a relationship. He found books on marriage and relationships said little to him. He found powerful timeless insights in the lessons that fathers and other older male role models taught younger men. People started seeking his advice and would say, “Why didn’t someone tell me this before?” Find out - an interview you don't want to miss! For men and women! Listen - Wed, Jan 27th 12n EST right here on Blogtalkradio.com/coach-dq Elliott Katz is a professional speechwriter in Toronto and the author of seven nonfiction books and has done many radio and television interviews. Audiences find him informative and lively. He teaches the principles in this book to men and women, and speaks at seminars and conferences.

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