When: June 23rd from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Where: Nature Friends, 568 Yucca Trl, Sierra Madre

Details: Coming soon with therapist, author and “friend-of-Adam Rippon,” Michael Kimmel. This one day workshop is perfect for friends, “Friends With Benefits”, partners, wanna-be partners and spouses

Registration is open so do not miss out. Cost is just $119 (including lunch)
Limited to just 20 men, please.
www.calcommen.com/developing-intimate-relationships

Questions we will address include:
• What is healthy intimacy?
• How do you know it/feel it when you experience it?
• How can you create & build it?
• How can you re-build it?
• What are the differences in intimacy in open and monogamous relationships?
• Is there a limit to the number of people you can be intimate with?
• How do you differentiate between emotional and sexual/romantic intimacy? Do you ever confuse the two or blur the lines?
• How do you navigate intimacy with new or current partners?
• In general, are you looking for more intimacy in your life?
• Do you feel lonely more often than you’d like to admit?
• Would you like more intimate connections with other men that are not exclusively sexual?
• Would you like to deepen your friendships with other men?
• Do you find it hard to trust other men? Would you like to change that?
• Are your relationships monogamous or open? What are the pros and cons of each?
• How satisfying is the intimacy in your most important relationships? What stands in your way of deepening your connections with the people you love the most?
• Are you afraid to be vulnerable? Is this stopping you from letting people really get to know you? Have you always been a “loner” type of person? If so, would you like to change that?
• Would you enjoy spending the day exploring these questions with a safe, supportive group of men in a beautiful, natural setting just minutes from Pasadena?

REGISTRATION OPEN…DON’T MISS OUT
Just $119 (including lunch)
Limited to just 20 men, please.
www.calcommen.com/developing-intimate-relationships

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