Date(s) - February 27, 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Making Relationships “Work” with Play
Being in love, even deep passionate love, doesn’t necessarily equal making relationships work. In addition to caring and compassion we all need tools, communication skills and ways of making sure we’re on the same page about what our mutual relationships will look like. It also helps to be able to practice those skills outside of intense “make or break” situations.
Open Love NY’s own Ben Silver will lead this highly interactive workshop will utilize role playing/psycho drama, other tools to practice skills and discussion to work through issues in a safe supportive space.
Tuesday, February 27 – 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
520 Eighth Avenue (btwn 36th & 37th St.) Room 17D
New York, NY 10018
Subways A/C/E/1/2/3/N/Q/W/R to Penn Station/34th Street
$10 at the door (includes 2018 membership bracelet)
$8 for members with bracelet
If you have a financial hardship, please email your name to firstname.lastname@example.org
to request a waiver for the event.
Ben Silver, a member of Open Love NY’s leadership team, is a singer, musician and poly/bi activist who has been in an open primary relationship for 26 years. He and his partner started a support group for committed non-monogamous relationships in the ‘80s which met monthly for over 15 years. As a performer, Ben’s music slides through folk, R&B, funk, jazz and back again; he sings about freedom, the environment, LBGT issues, parenting and love. His writings have appeared in articles about polyamory in the Washington Post and Toronto Star.