Making Relationships a Verb: What Works for You?
Relationships can be many things: comforting, distant, fabulous, messy, complex – even undefined. No matter the label or the type, we can all grow our understanding of ourselves, ourselves with others, and the challenges that arise when it’s hard to be our best selves.

Who do you want to be in relationships? Come explore how your identities, beliefs, and experiences shape and influence your behavior and interactions, and develop some (more) tools for making all of your relationships a little more mutually respectful and supportive.

Questions welcomed; email osapr@fas.harvard.edu to ask yours!

Dates: Thursdays in October (6th, 13th, 20th, 27th) from 5:30-7PM*
Light beverages & refreshments provided.

*Optional 5th session on November 3rd.

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