The Art of Charm by Jordan Harbinger

When it comes to the ‘science' of dating, The Art of Charm adheres to one simple philosophy: If you want to get the girl you like, then you need to become a better man.

Therapy, communication and attraction in relationships

Posted by Jordan, 13 Mar 14

“Life is a marathon not a sprint.” -- Probably Your Dad

In another "instant classic" episode, Athol Kay of Married Man Sex Life and I cover:

    Your perfect partner could be online right now...

    What are you looking for?

  • Why marriage therapy has failed couples and will continue to do so
  • Why focusing on 'better communication' doesn't work
  • What Alpha Male and Beta Male REALLY mean in the context of YOUR relationship (hint: you are NOT alpha [nor beta]!)
  • The roles oxytocin, dopamine and testosterone play in your relationship
  • What it means when a woman says “I love you but I'm not in love with you”
  • Why it’s your job to lead, ALWAYS (and WHY)
  • What Newton’s Laws of Motion have to do with your sex life
  • How to consistently create attraction between you and your wife/girlfriend and why this is crucial to survival

What I could tell you about Athol is that he has a diverse educational and professional background, including sociology, religious studies, nursing, behavioral health. He has a self-taught volume of knowledge about evolutionary psychology, sexuality, relationships, self-help and game. He has written three books and writes the cutting edge Married Man Sex Life blog. What I would like to tell you though, is while he’s a heavy duty theory guy, he’s always looking for it to work in reality. It has to be practical to him. This is what makes him a great match for The Art of Charm Podcast.

What do you think of his theories? Listen and let's hear your thoughts.

Jordan Harbinger is a Wall Street lawyer turned Social Dynamics expert and coach. He is the co-founder of The Art of Charm, a dating and relationships coaching company. If you're interested in The Art of Charm residential programs, apply for a strategy call with a coach. You can also interact with Jordan on Facebook or Twitter.

Responses to "Therapy, communication and attraction in relationships"

Be the first to leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.