How are sex, power and love related?
How do they impact a couple’s satisfaction, together and separately?
How does each member of a relationship define these three things? And how are they different for men and for women?
This Thursday, The Family Institute will explore these types of questions at its second Circle of Knowledge Series event: Sex, Power & Love: A marital triangle.
Family Institute President William Pinsof, PdD, and Executive Vice President Cheryl Rampage, PhD, both psychologists and family therapists, will explore these complex areas from a gendered perspective, offering male and female viewpoints. With a combined 80 years of clinical practice between them, they will share what they have learned about sex, power and love and how these elements fit together to impact couples’ relationships for better or worse, as well as highlight what is most important for couples to pay attention to and understand.
The event will be an informal, educational conversation between Doctors Pinsof and Rampage, held at Northmoor Country Club at 820 Edgewood Road, Highland Park at 6:30 p.m. It will include cocktails and hors d’oeurvres.
Tickets cost $50 each and can be purchased at The Family Institute website or by calling 312-609-5300 ext. 480.
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