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Online Living Room Conversation Inspired Event: Men & Women in Relationships: Building Trust & Intimacy by Honoring Boundaries
February 26, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC-8
February 26, 2019 @ 1:00pm-2:00pm Eastern/10:00am-12:00pm Pacific (adjust for your time zone)
Join us for a free, online (using Zoom), two-hour special event inspired by Living Room Conversations! The topic will be Men & Women in Relationships: Building Trust & Intimacy by Honoring Boundaries. This event has been designed and will be hosted by two of our talented, long-time hosts, Lewis & Sushila. This Living Room Conversations format has been adapted to include Empathy Circles( that will give participants a chance to further reflect on what was discussed.
The complete conversation guide will be shared via email before the event. The questions explored will be:
- Are you aware of communicating/demonstrating boundaries or receiving/perceiving another’s boundaries?
- Are boundaries solid or fluid depending on who (family, friend or stranger), where (church, school/work, party) and age?
- Have you ever felt your boundaries crossed by the opposite sex? What was the impact? How did you respond? How did s/he change?
- Have you ever crossed the boundaries of the opposite sex? What was the impact? How did s/he respond? Did you change?
This is a great opportunity to have a conversation about Men and Women in Relationships and to have a chance to see how Living Room Conversations can be adapted. Remember, Living Room Conversations materials are absolutely free! Living Room Conversations is an open source project. Please use, share and modify with attribution to http://www.LivingRoomConversations.org.