6:30PM - RELATIONSHIPS: What does it take to go the distance? - CUNY TV Pat Love
Selon le cas, de nouvelles dates appraîtront bientôt ou l'activité proposée sera définitivement supprimée.
Host: Yen. We'll watch this episode together on my laptop during the first hour of this meetup.
This conversation is structured around the questions and answers in Pat Love, Ph.D. and Jon Carlson, Ph.D.'s TV Series "LOVE: What Everyone Need to Know" shown CUNY TV every Tuesday at 10PM, TV Channel 25-3.
Bring your questions and your collective wisdom. (We will watch this recorded episode together during the first hour of this meetup.)
CUNY TV - CH 25-3. Tuesdays - 10:00am, 4:00pm, 10:00pm. Wednesdays 3:00am.
Purpose: To understand each other better.
• What makes long-term relationships work well?
• What do healthy and stable couples do?
• How to better understand your partner’s perspective?
• How to complain without complaining? Direct vs indirect communications?
• How to meet our needs for love, significance, and security? Can we depend on our partner to meet our needs?
• How is fear+excitement confused with "love?"
• How can honesty be misused?
• What are toxic relationship patterns and how to change them?
• What are proper boundaries? What behavior to accept and which are not?
• How to enable forgiveness?
• How to manage expectations and change our interpretations?
• What can sustain us through the difficult times?
• How to prepare for the difficult times?
• What are typical challenges to overcome?
• How to revive the “chemistry” in your relationship?
• How to work on the relationship when you don’t want to?
• What is true wealth?
About the CUNY TV series, "Love: What Everyone Needs to Know."
"According to psychologists, the single greatest predictor of happiness and success in life is a healthy love relationship. Yet, although we concede that knowledge is power, most of us have only a rudimentary understanding of what we’re in for when we go off in search of true love.
LOVE demystifies this all-important predictor of happiness, defining the nature of true love and outlining the commitment it takes to keep it alive. This telecourse is taught by two distinguished doctors: Dr. Pat Love, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and relationship consultant, and Dr. Jon Carlson, a university professor and Psychologist. Both instructors are practicing clinicians and have authored books and articles that have attracted national recognition. They challenge students to confront assumptions on the nature of love and to critically analyze the ideals perpetuated by popular culture in order to realize the wisdom it takes to find lasting love."
• Listen to understand. You don't have to agree.
• Make one point at a time and allow others to respond. Speak from personal experience.
• Listen for the underlying values, priorities, and assumptions. Look for new insights.
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