Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, writes about this upcoming Public Seminar:
At this important seminar, the Aesthetic Realism consultation trio There Are Wives—Barbara Allen, Anne Fielding, and Pauline Meglino—will speak about one of the biggest causes of pain in marriage. Why do husbands and wives who once felt they were so warm to each other, passionately devoted to each other, find themselves feeling distant and cold?
The speakers will show what Aesthetic Realism explains: people have a mistaken idea of what warmth is. It’s not a couple’s cozily getting away from and feeling superior to the world together. Rather, real warmth in marriage is a passionate desire to like the world through being just to another person—and this is the most romantic thing husbands and wives can do.
The consultants will describe how confusion about warmth and coldness has affected women in history and drama. And you’ll hear what women are learning now in the monthly Understanding Marriage! class and in individual consultations, enabling them to have marriages that are truly happy and kind.
This is an event not to be missed!