Event Details

Do you recall the enthralling romance novels that we secretly read under our school books at night and the enchanting films that whisked us away with their heartfelt love scenes?

Well, it's time to face reality and dispel the love myths that have been deceiving us and hindering us from cultivating stable, wholesome relationships.

In this workshop with Anju Lagah, attendees will have the opportunity to delve into and break down three common misconceptions about love:

• the belief that love is purely instinctual,

• that it requires instant chemistry, and

• that too many options (the paradox of choice) can prevent one from committing.

We'll discuss how these common myths can affect our expectations, behaviours, perceptions, and learn practical strategies to overcome them in order to find fulfilling relationships.

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

• Recognize and deconstruct three common myths around love and dating

• Understand how these myths can impact their dating experiences and choices

• Explore alternative perspectives and approaches to love and dating

• Practice concrete skills and exercises to implement these perspectives and approaches

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  • The personal information provided to us will only be used for event registration and administration.
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  • No refunds will be provided for cancellations. Replacements will be accepted.

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Mandala Club
31 Bukit Pasoh Rd,
Singapore 089845

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Member Price

Regular Ticket Pricing

  • S$50.-


Public Price

Non-members are welcome to attend up to two PrimeTime events as a guest.

  • S$75.-

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