Mon 13 May 2019 | 7:45 pm - 9:15 pm
Drama - Nahalat Binyamin 52, Tel Aviv,
** IN HEBREW **
Does every love have an expiration date?
What dynamics are repeated in a relationship, and can lead to a cycle of burnout?
And how can one come closer to keep love?
Each pair has a constant quarrel, like a scene that repeats itself only in slightly different forms each time. Sometimes the subject is trivial, and sometimes it is important … but the dynamic is always the same, and without realizing it, couples are caught in a malicious vicious circle that creates hostility and distance between them.
The current solution to a relationship that is on the verge of separation is divorce, or alternatively, the method of “hidden divorce” – to stay in a relationship but to shut myself in my shell, to accept what is, and to lose the hope for love and intimacy that I so longed for. Many couples “die” as a couple of years, others fear a similar fate in a relationship that is eroded by the burden of life, and the gradual decline in romance and desire.
Some would say that this is the inevitable fate of love, that it happens in everyone, and that every love has an expiration date. is that so?
Roy Tzur will be hosting Funzing Talks for a fascinating lecture in which we will learn how couples can come closer to keep love. We will understand in depth the unconscious processes that drive the relationship, go into the depth of the negative dynamic that distances us from each other, and we will get tools for how to get out of it. The lecture will provide a glimpse behind the scenes of the marital therapy room, the work of the marital therapist, and what can be taken from it to everyday life.
Roy Tzur is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist. Deals with individual, group and group therapy. He has extensive experience in dealing with various marital issues, difficulty in finding marital relationships, and various anxieties around relationships such as separation anxiety, conflicts and marital crises. A columnist in the relations section of Ynet.