Well functioning families are networks of trust, flexibility and cohesion.
In his Bloom Session, Lorne Tepperman explored the new, unfamiliar, or even unwanted roles we enter as we age, and how that affects our certainty about the world, and our place in it.
He discussed why it’s critical for us to dive inward - to study and improve ourselves - in order to rebuild our family lives, and the relationships that matter to us or we depend on.
Lorne Tepperman was born in Toronto, studied in Canada and the US, and has been teaching sociology at the U of Toronto for 51 years. He loves teaching undergraduates and writing books about the bizarre, dangerous, and enchanting world we live in.
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