Let’s have a conversation – Until when are we under the influence of our parents?


Details
Date:

August 20

Time:

06:00 pm - 08:00 pm

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Organizer

Georges Brisset - Life Beginner's Manual

Website: Organizer's Website
Venue

Wework 575 Fifth Ave

575 5th Avenue Entrance is on 47th street - Room 22A 22nd floor - Bring Picture ID to access building, New York, NY 10017

New York, NY, US, 10017



We may think of ourselves as independent grown-ups making decisions for ourselves, acting on our own behalf but...


How much of ourselves is, in fact, a direct replication of our upbringing?


In this 2-hour discussion, we will explore this topic, sharing points of views.


**Please note, in the following the term "parent" is used to describe the significant adults/caregivers in your upbringing.**


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Suggested questions and starting points


>> Do you have a personality trait or habit you would say is directly inherited from your parents? Like in: "I am so & so - my mom was the same".


>> Did you ever catch yourself having behaviors or repeating patterns from your upbringing although you were convinced to be acting out of your own mind?


>> Can the following be considered being under our parent's influence?



  • >>> Living in their shadow

  • >>> (Still) Holding a grudge

  • >>> being in awe or great admiration

  • >>> Clashing with family tradition


>> Can we achieve total personal independence?


That is having a mind of our own based solely on our personal experience and reasoning, clear of previous influence?


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Looking forward to a rewarding conversation with you all. Bring guests and friends.


Your host's take on how to fix up the bad influences in your upbringing



  • >> The blog post - http://bit.ly/lbm_pp

  • >> The free PDF - http://bit.ly/free-lbm-pdf-personal-practice




Looking forward to a rewarding conversation with you all. Bring guests and friends.




Great thanks to WeWork, who generously lend us the room for our informal gathering


Entrance is on 47th street – Room 22A 22nd floor – Check in as a guest of  Brian Starr  – Bring a Picture ID to access building 


Your host's take on the human need for connection and how to cultivate it