Familial Expectations

June 27, 2019
7:00 pm
20 Camden Street, Suite 200

β€œShe wanted to ask him why they were all strangers who shared the same last name.”
― Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Majoring in accounting when you wanted to go to art school.
Getting home before the kids go to bed.
Making dinner for your partner before they get home from work.

How much of your life has manifested based on your decisions?

What have you sacrificed along the journey?

The Familial Expectations workshop highlights the areas of your life that you want to change and examines why you didn't choose those paths the first time.

We inspect the evolution of our personal and professional selves; marriage, children, friendships, career choice, career advancement, and overall desire. All to understand where we have sacrificed ourselves to please someone else.

By unpacking the force behind our choices, we are able to set boundaries which serve our purpose not only as individuals, but as the co-pilot of our relationships. Because by putting our oxygen masks on first, we are able to show up wholeheartedly for others.

Tickets include raffle entry and two drink tickets.

All proceeds put towards academic scholarship fund for underprivileged girls in Canada.