All are welcome to join us every third Sunday of the month from 3-5pm at the INPM office in Toronto, Canada as we answer this question by exploring meaningful living together.
Every other Sunday afternoon and Tuesday evening, people from all walks of life gather at the residence of Dr. Paul T. P. Wong for regular Meaningful Living Group Meetup.
We all want to be happy and we all want love. Marriage seems to be the ideal answer to both of these wants. Unfortunately, instead of being a major source of happiness and fulfillment, marriage has become a constant source of stress and problems for many people.
Leo Tolstoy once said in Anna Karenina: “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” In this new series of Meetups, we will try to answer these important questions: What do happy and health marriages have in common? What are the frequent causes of marital problems? What can be done to resolve marriage conflicts?
We will seek answers from various sources: psychology research, clinical observations, philosophy, and religious/spiritual teachings. We hope that through lectures, group discussions, and exercises, participants can improve their own marriage and family lives.
The INPM has hosted the Biennial International Meaning Conferences since 2000 as part of our mission to advance health, spirituality, peace, and human fulfillment through research, education, and applied psychology with a focus on the universal human quest for meaning and purpose.
Explore our previous meaning conferences, download the conference programs, and access the conference archives here.
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