In September, I will be gathering a group of about 8 to 10 people to discuss life-as-we-age. Topics will range as widely as my blogs do, from retirement, adult children, courage, and health, to stories about our lives. We will try to identify the themes that have helped to define and animate us, each in our very distinctive way, and imagine how they will carry us forward. We will also seek common ground and hopefully find comfort in the sharing.
There will be a modest fee of $50/meeting. We will meet ten times, from 7:30 to 9:30 on Wednesday evenings. Location to be determined.
Since I will be facilitating the group, you may well ask what qualifications I bring other than the thoughts I have shared with you in my blog. I have led groups of all kinds for almost all of my fifty-year professional life. For thirty of those years, I was a psychotherapist, working with individuals, couples, families, and groups, and one of the founders of the Family Institute of Cambridge. Some of you may even know of my books, including Couples.
I have two favors to ask of you:
- Let me know if you—or you and friends–are interested in joining our group.
- Please spread the word about Talking About Aging to friends.
I am eager to learn your response.