Let’s face it dating and relationships after 40 are not the same as they were when we were 20-somethings. From changes in gender roles to the advent of dating apps, things are different. If you’ve been in a long-term relationship that isn’t working, how can you turn it around? If you are single after 40, how do you start a new relationship that doesn’t repeat the worst parts of your past relationships?
The intent of this group is to explore the nature of relationships after 40.
• What changes could you make to improve a troubled relationship?
• How do you make changes in the first place?
• What does each gender want in a relationship?
• How to know if your relationship is repairable or it's time to leave.
• How to approach dating.
Whether you are married or single, there is something to learn.
The format of the group will be a short presentation followed by discussion. It is meant to be supportive and collaborative. The organizer, Julie Shafer, is a psychologist and relationship coach. Her mission is to help people improve relationships of all kinds from intimate partner relationships to co-workers to family to neighbors.
Note: This is a discussion group about the nature of relationships and being more authentic in relationships. This is NOT a match-making group. We will not be discussing dating tactics, pick-up techniques or dating profiles/apps.