Workshop Fr16: Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, 05:30 – 07:15 pm
In a relationship with a loved one, most people want to have, a stable, happy and fulfilled life together. Often the driving force is the desire for merging with another in a relationship, the desire of an "I" to make a "we", to be one "heart and soul". But is that a mature and self-determined inner motivation for a love relationship?
Our first emotional and physical love relationship was the relationship with the mother. The quality of this first love has laid the foundation in how we perform as adults in our relationships. With this pattern we search for a partner and fall in love with a person, who finally provides us with the desired longings, selflessly as a mother does.
How does the ability to love differ from the need for love? What makes a healthy and fulfilling intimate relationship? Can we stay true to ourselves in the togetherness, or does our partner demand that we take on a specific role, so he or she is happy? By "exploring the sentence of concern", the client can see and experience, in the encounter with their "I", how capable they are in making contact with themselves.
After a short introduction, one or two participants will get the opportunity to do their "own work".