Students | Alumni | Faculty+Staff | Chicago | Online | Vancouver | 02.24.22
Presented by Calvin Armerding. Moderated by Marina Bluvshtein.
Adler (1964) wrote that “the really important differences of conduct…are those…of useless and useful” (p. 78). When family members are discouraged about having a place of significance on the “useful side of life,” they shift towards problematic ways of living. This presentation will suggest a method of encouragement to help discouraged family members reorient through community feeling. Implications for marriage, parenting, and intergenerational relationships will be addressed.