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Single Again- Towson

This week, Coordinator Kathy Sorota, LCSW-C, will lead a group discussion on Stages of Dating. There will be small group break out session.
Newcomers please join us at 7:00pm.
Regular meeting to start at 7:30pm

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm sorry to cancel so late, but I'm not feeling well. Hope to see you soon Vanessa.

    September 11, 2013

  • Ken C.

    I found a list of five stages of dating online. Meeting, Dating, Differences, Dependencies and Commitment. Briefly, The Meeting stage asks, are you/are they, interesting and fun to be with? The Dating stage is romantic and lasts two to three months. Irritations are ignored and the focus is on the intense attraction. The Differences stage reveals differences regarding sex, communication and commitment. It can end or deepen a relationship. The Dependency stage is where we learn to accept the other person's outside interests. We learn if we can still be alone and be OK with it. This stage usually happens after dating longer than six months.

    September 6, 2013

  • Ken C.

    The Commitment stage is where you discover if you are willing to make a long term commitment. The result is marriage or a monogamous relationship. These concepts might be useful looking back to the beginning of your marriage, and it might help looking forward to have a realistic approach. If we are stuck in a stage, we might discover why and how to get unstuck. Come and see.

    September 6, 2013

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