Marriage, et al.
People who believe that their wedding day was
the best day of their life are probably right.
The aim of this seminar is –
To investigate the lack of any concurrent between marriage and the good life.
Since marriage is a human invention does this suggest that some inventions aren’t all they’re cracked up to be?
If your marriage is perfect, what is the nature of your mental illness?
If you were to invent a more salubrious way of doing things, what would it be?
How did marriage get to be the villain?
If your marriage (or marriages) are not what you think they ought to be, what’s wrong with you?
The smart phone was supposed to make our connections with each other better, but have made them worse.
Is the smart phone a metaphor for a bad marriage (or did you receive your smart phone as a gift – from god or someone who just didn’t like you?)
If you were a marital counselor, what would be your first question? If you paid good money to go to a bad therapist, what should your first question have been?
If marriage is a good idea (which it may not be), why can’t you be good at it?
Why is a bad marriage someone else’s fault?
If you want a good marriage, do you deserve one?
Do married people have children to keep them from killing each other?
Partnerships fail more frequently than any other kind of business arrangement.
The mantra for this seminar is –
The more equal people try to be, the worse it gets.