Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, writes about this upcoming Public Seminar:
Women today can be determined in many fields. But often, even as a woman seems to get what she’s been after—a degree, a plum job, someone who seems to adore her—she feels gnawingly unsure, more doubtful of herself than ever. Why?
Consultants with the trio The Three Persons—Margot Carpenter, Carol Driscoll, and Devorah Tarrow—will answer this question with thrilling clarity. As they look at women in history, literature, and film, and speak about their own lives, they’ll describe the one purpose that will have a woman sure her determination is right: the desire to be fair to the world and herself at the same time.
And they’ll tell how women are learning, in Aesthetic Realism consultations, to have the kind of determination that makes for real confidence and pride!