What's Said & Unsaid in Marriage--Can Sense Be Made of These? at Aesthetic Realism Foundation
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Why couples have trouble communicating, & what can enable them to talk honestly, pleasurably with each other, will be explained with comprehension and depth at the Understanding Marriage! class. Taught by Aesthetic Realism consultants Barbara Allen, Anne Fielding, and Pauline Meglino, this marriage-saving event is Women are going to have an educational, enlivening time through discussion of the follow-ing sentences from Mr. Siegel’s lecture Aesthetic Realism Looks at Things: Communication— “Communication is the way a person makes his or her thoughts part of another person’s life, or thoughts. The agonizing problem of today is that people can live together for years and really not transmit what they feel to each other. The fields that are not subjects of communication between the ordinary husband and wife are tremendous. All the things that haven't been said and could have been said, if brought together, would dazzle people with their revelatory quality and their beauty, maybe--also their surprisingness. You have to respect and like what you express yourself to before the job of communication can have a fair chance.” It is deep, thrilling news that how a wife talks or doesn’t talk to her husband, what she says or doesn’t say, has to do with how she sees the whole world, whether she hopes to respect it and like it. Each woman will come away from this important event with the knowledge she needs for communication in her marriage really to be and succeed!