We will have the in-person meetings in Weston Park on the grass in front of Weston Park Museum at 7.30 pm on Monday 19 July, 2 Aug and 16 Aug.
In our last online talk about for this term, we'll talk about 'Reverse Culture Shock'. Just as you experienced 'culture shock' when you first came to the UK, so you will also go through some form of 'reverse culture shock' when you return home.
This walk will take place on Saturday 10 July from 10 am to 4.30 pm. Click Read More to sign up and for more information.
Living and studying in the UK has exposed you to different values, practices, and beliefs. Consciously or unconsciously you have learned to adapt to (and possibly adopt some of) the ways of your new 'home'. If you remain unaware of these changes, you will have greater difficulty in adapting to life back home.
As you think about going home, think back to when you first arrived and how you have changed over the past months/years. Let's talk about it.
Saturday 1 May 2021, we walked from Forge Dam to Mayfield Alpacas Animal Park. It's a lovely walk with wonderful weather. Enjoy the photos.
New technology is rapidly replaced by newer technology, a reality which feeds the addiction problem. It is good to talk about the importance of the technology we use and its almost immeasurable contribution to daily life.
Dialogue is a non-confrontational communication, where both partners are willing to learn from the other and therefore leads much farther into finding new grounds together.Scilla Elworthy, the founder of the…
Choice is something that most of us have in abundance, with freedom to choose from a wide variety of options in life. How do you make decisions? Is there a moral framework to which you turn or is it expected that you will be primarily guided by your parents? Let's talk about it.
This walk will take place on Saturday 29 May from 10 am to 4.30 pm. Click Read More to sign up and for more information.