47: Cynthia James Explains Why Men and Women Think So Differently

Join us as Cynthia James shares her expertise on creating a fulfilling and successful relationship. In this episode, Cynthia gives relationship advice on why men and women think so differently.

About Cynthia James Cynthia James

Cynthia James is a transformational specialist guiding people as they make changes for lasting healing in their lives. As a speaker, coach, performing artist and multiple award winning author of What Will Set You Free and Revealing Your Extraordinary Essence, Cynthia has coached and supported thousands of people worldwide into vibrant living. Her program,Advanced Awareness Coaching, offers depth, focus and results for high level business leaders. In 2014, Cynthia’s Extraordinary Living Project was selected to be a Commitment Maker by the Clinton Health Matters Initiative. She serves as minister in Special Ministries at Mile Hi Church in Denver, CO. Internationally, Cynthia creates and facilitates Inward Journey pilgrimage retreats. She has completed a Masters Degree in Consciousness Studies from Holmes Institute and Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. In June of this year, she and her husband of 15 years Carl Studna, created and co-hosted, Bridging the Gender Gap Teleseries, with the focus on developing trust and understanding between men and women in all areas of life. Cynthia is personally committed to utilizing creative expression as a vital and effective healing modality that will assist everyone in their own personal and professional growth

Daily Tip

Appreciate your mate by telling them and acknowledging something they have done today that they might not have even noticed that you saw.

Relationship Advice Resource

Conscience Loving by Gay Hendricks

Tips for Engaged Couples or Newlyweds

Sit down and create a wealth contract, an agreement to be wealthy together. Sit down and really get clear about what you need to feel loved and supported, and what happens when your upset and what do you need to be able to process it in a way that’s healthy.

If You Could Give Only One Piece of Advice…

Love, honor and care for yourself first, and then bring that to the relationship.

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