Songs of Love and Wonder
Sunday, October 6, 2019, 3 P.M.
Songs by: Kate Wolf, Tom Paxton, Cheryl Wheeler, Chris Smither and Phil Ochs
David Brahinsky(guitar and vocals)
Paul Prestopino (mandolin, banjo and guitar)
Robert George (banjo, mandolin and guitar)
Noemi Bolton ( guitar and vocals)
and Nalani and Sarina Bolton (vocals)
Benefit for the Allentown, N.J. Library
16 Main Street
Allentown, N.J., 08501
(609) 259 756/(609) 915 8971
Doors open 2:30. Refreshments available. Limited seating.
Suggested contribution: $10
Do we even feel that we do have a vagina? Has trauma or societal conditioning led us to disconnect with our vital organ?
Unconscious, repressed anger may be manifested in physical discomfort or any other forms of dis-ease, dis-order such as, bulimia nervosa, anorexia, alcoholism, obsessive compulsiveness. How to uncover it? Hard work- to get to the root cause of this powerful emotion.
How Narcissists Conduct Psychological . The narcissist's most lethal weapon- and why it creates chemistry with an empath.
Cannot talk about sex with your teenagers?
The following is a NYtimes article by Daniel Handler
"What interests teenage boys? You’re smirking, but this is a question that occupies many of us in the field of young people’s literature. It’s well-documented that girls are reading more than boys, a statistic of increasing concern.
I write books for children under the pen name Lemony Snicket, and I’ve noticed that when I go to Lemony Snicket events, the crowds are about evenly split between boys and girls. But I also write young adult books, and if more than one boy shows up at one of my teen book club events, it’s notable, if not a miracle. Something happens once a young man hits puberty . . ."
Libido - sexual energy - is much more than sex hormones and genital functioning. We are bombarded by 'sexualized' advertising designed to arouse us usually to buy a product. How well do we know our bodies in identifying the conditions that can enhance or reduce our libido? This free session will assess your own experiences, and learn how to fuel your sexual energy.
When we reach a certain age when friends and family are dying, we think of our very own mortality. How can we prepare for the time when dying is near?
Memories of early childhood trauma may come in spurts of images in the brain. Often times, emotions related to the trauma are pushed down in recesses of our musculature and remain suspended, unprocessed. They affect our behavior, some destructive and addictive. They consume our daily existence to the point of immobility. Is there a way to loosen them up and dissipate their controlling power?
Looking at our children with their soft, smooth, unwrikled skin, we realize how old we've gotten. Can we go on living, accepting the natural dying of our bodies; or are we fighting our best to live against nature?
Noemi A. Bolton