Relationships Male Brain Vs Female Brain

Relationships Male Brain Vs Female Brain

While it might be politically incorrect to suggest that there does not exist a unisex brain and that men and women have different brains, it is scientifically correct to make such an assertion. And the differences between men’s and women’s brains greatly impacts their relationships.

Testosterone begins to change the human brain in the fetus; it “marinates the brain” in the male and of course, cultural and societal programming also add to the differences between men and women.

Research shows there are 6 key critical differences between men and women as a result of the differing makeup of the brain in females and the brain in males.

Robert Holmes is an expert in the science of human behavior and performance enhancement with a passion for neurology, leadership and psychology. The Australian army ceased their leadership coaching program, and hired Robert Holmes and his company to work with Australian army to coach wounded ill and injured soldiers returning from service. Robert also leads 4-day retreats for married couples to help them learn from the neurological differences so they can understand each other and improve their relationships. www.frazerholmes.com

Celebrity Life Coach and Human Behavior Expert, Patrick Wanis PhD interviews Robert for his insights into the differences between the brains and what you can do right now to transform your relationship – argue less, love more, get your needs met and feel understood! Click below and listen to the interview now.

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