Are you a queer or questioning self-identified woman interested in exploring queer women’s identities, relationships and communities? Join us twice a month at Dear John, I Love Jane, for a free evening of discussion on topics that resonate with queer women, especially those who are exploring these issues after, or while contemplating, leaving heterosexual relationships or identities.
Come and join the discussion! We welcome all LGBT and questioning women. The group meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm at QMUNITY Generations, #610, 1033 Davie St, Vancouver (Wheelchair accessible, buzz 610 for entry). For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 604 684 5307 x 112.
June 25th`s topic:
For most of us, regardless of our life experience, there is ample opportunity to experience resentment towards people who have hurt us or by whom we feel threatened in some way. This insidious, sometimes even unconscious resentment robs us of joy in our lives, and gets in the way of moving forward and creating what we really want.
Relationship breakdown provides fertile ground for nurturing this resentment, regardless of who is leaving and who is being left, and a shift towards a same sex relationship can add yet another dimension to the whole dynamic.
Whatever is experienced in one relationship will have a ripple effect on all of the others, whether you’re in an intimate relationship now or not. Let’s talk about how all this plays out in our lives.