What a Force We Women Can Be . . . but first we need to hear each other. When enrages one generation may be taken for granted by the next. Bring a friend or relative from another generation, and together we’ll explore the mysteries of talking to each other. We all have so much to offer, how do we do it?
Guest Speaker: Ruth Nemzoff, Ed.D is a parenting expert and resident scholar at Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center. She lectures on emerging adulthood, parenting adult children, empty nest, intermarriage, grandparenting, and family dynamics in intergenerational families. She is the advice columnist for the Jewish Journal and the Forward’s SeeSaw Column. She also blogs for The Huffington Post and Betterafter50.
To learn more about Ruth Nemzoff, visit www.dontbiteyourtongue.com
Suggested donation: $10
Event Location: Hadassah Northeast
Hadassah Northeast, 1320 Center Street #205, Newton Center, MA, 02459
* Registration closes on February 24th
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