Can you answer these questions?
Who truly loves you? Who cares about you? Do you matter to someone? Do you get the attention you want and need?
Did you have someone in your life who cared deeply about you, who tended to you, who loved you, who made you feel safe and made you feel like you truly ‘mattered’ — Did you have ‘your person’?
Most of us probably find it difficult to answer these questions, since most of us probably did not get the attention we so desperately needed as children to grow into adults who live joyful and peaceful lives.
Studies show that the single most important thing that a child needs from their parent is demonstrable, consistent proof of their love. For most children, this comes in the form of their parent’s attention. The dictionary defines attention as: “the action of dealing with or taking special care of someone or something.” If you didn’t have “your person” or didn’t get the attention you needed … is it too late?
Join us on April 22nd, 2016 as author, motivational speaker and founder of The Attention Factor, Alice Aspen March, shares her thoughts on how we can get the attention we want and need at any age. Alice, founder and executive director of FACT (Focusing Awareness on Children and Television) known as “The Attention Lady,” has been researching, writing and speaking about the impact of attention on our emotional well being for over 25 years. Don’t miss this powerful and insightful dialogue.
“One of the greatest gifts you can give to anyone is the gift of attention”
Friday 7:00 pm June 22, 2018
The Muse Hotel, Nios Restaurant
130 West 46th Street
New York, New York
Saturday 1:00 pm October 6, 2018
155 East 55th Street
New York, New York
Remembering the Future: The Path to Recovering Intuition
Saturday 1:00 pm June 30, 2018
CSI @ 601 West 26th Street, Ste 325
3rd Floor, Room 1
New York, NY
SELF 101 - The Path To Happiness
We would love to hear from you and read every message that comes in and will respond as soon as we can. Until soon … all good things.
601 West 26th Street, Suite 325-271, New York, NY 10001, 212-333-3950