Updated: Feb 15, 2019
Sometimes the ticking gets so loud it’s deafening. We try to “beat the biological clock,” but even if we beat it, do we actually win? Psychotherapists Brunnie Getchell and Alison Seponara dive into this question, sharing therapeutic techniques to help us adjust and adapt when life hasn’t played out as planned. Join us for a lively discussion on:
Mindfulness practices for easing anxiety (about the future) and depression (due to past regrets).
How reframing the pain of “missing” life’s milestones facilitates emotional healing.
Recognizing when we give away our power—and how to take it back!
Ways to cultivate intimacy in our lives—even when love has yet to arrive.
Why the option to settle isn’t really an option—and how settling is related to dysfunction in families.
Brunnie and Alison offer insight from their therapeutic expertise and encouragement from their personal journeys as single women who’ve had to navigate circuitous routes and make peace with the ticking of their own biological clocks.