May 19, 2013 · 4:00 PM
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This is a one-time conversation, facilitated by Natalie Millman, about our experiences with love and how to succeed in loving relationships!
Questions of the Session
The question, "What is Love?" haunts us as a culture. Many of us seek love as one of the major goals in our lives. Many of us seek love through ways that are different from what is considered 'the norm' in our societies. Many of us seek to redefine what love means to us. This conversation is meant to share our opinions and values surrounding loving relationships.
What do you immediately think of when you think of the word, 'love?'
Does 'love' have a different meaning for you than it does for other people that you know?
Where are your boundaries when it comes to love - how soon, after having met someone, can you say that you love them?
What kind of 'love language' do you use? (More information will be given out during the conversation on what a 'love language' is).
Why is love important to you in your life?
The cost is free!
The location is at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center.
Any questions, please message Natalie at [masked]
This is offered in conjunction with the Guided Romantic Memoir group.
Note: Harassment of any kind - on the basis of biological sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender presentation, or on the basis of race or ability or any other reason - during Meetups offered by this group will not be tolerated.