Events

Exploring… Community

You are invited to a dance community discussion about what it means to be in community. One of the challenges of our community is event planning.  We all love to be together for events, however, many times space available dictates the number of people who can be invited.  This can cause negative feelings, on all sides. We’ll be focusing on the number of people who are in the dance community and how this affects how events are planned.  We are looking for how people feel when they are “included” or “excluded” and how it feels to plan events that have attendee limits.  We would also like to generate ideas and strategies as to how be able to continue having events…

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Events

The Questions: Exploring Men and Women in the Context of Relationship

Here are the questions that were put forth by many of the participants of the event Exploring Men and Women in the Context of Relationship. It’s our hope that the dialog will continue. If you have questions to add, please use the comment function to add questions onto this list.   How do you know someone loves you?   What helps you feel safe in a relationship?   How do you know when to call it quits?   What makes for good communication and how do you embody it?   Discuss the balance of being an independent being and also being in a deep long term relationship.   What do you do when you are triggered by your partner?  …

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Events, Ideas and Musings

Exploring Men and Women in the Context of Relationships

What the hell?  Don’t you wonder where people come up with this stuff?  Well, I’ll tell you.  BG and I were riding back from the Oregon Country Fair and having a discussion about men.  Basically about how alien they actually are from us.  We thought, you know, if we could just sit them down and ask them questions, maybe we’d be able to figure shit out!  And we realized that we could do that.  And we realized that other women are probably just as mystified and would want to listen in as well.  The Exploring Men and Women in the Context of Relationships panel was born. We started thinking of who we wanted on the panel.  We had general ideas…

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