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If You Love Them, Let Them Love You - An Interpersonal Dialogue

  • Nov 16, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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As everyone knows, loving someone doesn't mean that the love will be reciprocated. Still, humanistic psychology reveals that love begets love and is the foundation of all good and enduring relationships. But what is the secret of mutual acceptance? How is it achieved?

We will begin the program with a down-to-earth overview of the topic, and together we’ll explore paths to a positive resolution of this problem.

The moderator will be Joseph Ben-David, Humanist Counselor and professional group facilitator. Joe has led hundreds of seminars and workshops on the psychology and philosophy of Humanism.

Our programs have helped many people gain greater understanding in their personal and social aspirations.

Light refreshments;  socializing. A voluntary contribution of $5 will help to cover our costs.

A program of the Humanist Foundation, held on the Upper West Side. For more information, email, or call[masked]-5662.

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  • sandy

    Would enjoy joining this discussion, and committed to be elsewhere...
    "The secret to finding love is not to seek a perfect person, but to see an imperfect person perfectly well".
    What do you think?

    November 14, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      that stirred up thoughts to my deceased pop.

      November 14, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      to me, hindsights can tell me much more about how much love or less, one has for that imperfect person. and boy, my pop is maddenly silly, or incapable, sometimes, w. some of his imperfections ! it is even just hard to imagine a "what if " about that person, if it will soon pass away. all i can do now is to pray for whom i should meet up with some times, 'cause a busy person w. so much problems to take care of, can only do that much .

      November 14, 2012

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