The Parent-Child Relationship
7:30pm - 9:00pm
2150 Mariner Square Drive
Alameda, CA 94501
Please enter through the large side door from the parking lot.
This space is a shoe free environment, and we request that all guests remove their shoes upon entering. Please plan accordingly.
Please RSVP for this event at (510)854-9987 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is $20 for advance registration, and $30 at the door. Register for any two Discussions in The Relationship Series for $35, or $50 for the whole series.
What is a Relationship?
Am I happy with my relationship with my parents?
Why does my relationship with my parents bring me so much pain?
How do I change my relationship with my parents?
Our entire experience is composed of creating and maintaining Relationships. We learn how to create and maintain Relationships from those around us in our very early years - our family and community. The most influential relationships are our relationships with our parents. These relationships serve as a foundation for how we create and maintain all other relationships. When we wish to change any relationship we will find that the dynamics of all our relationships have roots in the dynamics of our relationships with our parents. There are three basic dynamics that challenge all relationships, and govern how we create and maintain relationships. We will discuss these 3 basic dynamics, and specific myths and challenges of the Parent-Child Relationship.