Friday, February 1
7:30–9p | FREE | No Registration Required
Join author Kay Eck for an evening of discussion and readings from her newly published memoir Divorce: a love story. From the start of the heartbreaking process of uncoupling from her husband of 30 years, Kay questioned everything she’d ever learned about relationships, marriage and divorce. She vowed to create a loving way forward for her family. But first, she would have to wade through an emotional minefield of old wounds, unconscious thinking and societal and religious conditioning. Ultimately, she finds a way to unravel it all, flood it with love and knit it back together again in a new way. The result is a revelatory antidote to the widespread suffering over the fluid nature of relationships.
Kay Eck is an astute observer of what she calls the “devastating and incandescent shared human journey”. With a career path that has traversed the fields of journalism, public relations, motherhood, fine arts, business management and yoga, her lifelong devotion has been to leading a conscious and purpose-filled life and mentoring others along the path of sacred self-love. This is her first publication.
This event is FREE. No registration required.