Couples Course
Week 1

Welcome. This week we will be focusing on intimacy and how we share together. The experiment for you both this week is simple but requires that you really do it. Let's get start.

 
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Exercise 1

I want you to think about the how you normally talk to your partner and what you are scared of.

Here are the the questions to ask: 

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At the center of Julie Buntin’s debut novel is the kind of coming-of-age friendship that goes beyond camaraderie, into a deeper bond that forges identity; it’s friendship as a creative act, a collaborative work of imagination, and what happens when that collaboration — terribly, inevitably — falls apart.

The story of this particular friendship is told retrospectively by Cat, now 30-something in Brooklyn, drawn back to her youth in rural northern Michigan, where she found Marlena and her life, effectively, began. We know from the outset that within a year of their meeting, Marlena will drown. What we discover is just how haunted it will leave Cat, how full of questions.

You cannot get over something by thinking your way through it.