A common human struggle
Many people live much of their adult lives hurt and angry at their parents. This can stem from hurts and wounds from childhood or from parents not being what their children want or need them to be. Moreover, their parents either won’t apologize in a meaningful way or won’t change to become the type of parent the child wants. This causes people to carry resignation and cynicism toward their parents throughout their lives, distancing (physically or emotionally) or even cutting off. Distancing often looks like maintaining a relationship out of obligation, but one in which the parties are not close or truly connected.
Another common malady of mankind is people finding it difficult to near impossible to be different in their families of origin, especially with their parents. They may act or play nice but are often frustrated, resigned, and cynical about things ever being different. This course is designed to help us be who we want to be with our parents, deal with the hurt and disappointment, and be connected in ways we never thought possible.
Offered in 10 sessions that meet online every other week.
Homework is assigned in every session.
Participants read the class materials, work on the assignments and share them in class, and receive group coaching during sessions.
This course is open to all participants. Participants who have not completed introductory Faithwalking courses may be asked to complete an extra assignment to help them become familiar with some helpful concepts.
$175 per participant
Dates TBA depending on participant interest and availability
If you are interested in taking this class, please email us at email@example.com. We are gauging interest for the next class at this time.
Hearing other people's stories and doing this work alongside them is a really powerful experience - Read more.Angela
This chance to go deeper into these issues, after having had the very helpful foundation of the earlier Faithwalking classes, was priceless - Read more.Natalie