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【Review】The intricate and influential dynamics of one's family of origin
22 August (Tuesday)|7:30pm – 9:00pm


Truly, every individual's existence is intertwined with their familial roots - whether the connection is warm or cold, whether we stand near or apart from our kin, and regardless of how vivid or faded our childhood memories may be. Our family's history is bound to leave an impression on us - its narrative shaping our perspectives and shaping our future. As we move forward in life, we may find ourselves unconsciously retracing our parents' path in subtle ways. At times, we might sense our emotions holding us back as we attempt to break free from the murky depths, struggling to rise above the mire. 

Yet, the gap between mire and soil is but a hair's breadth. When fear grips us, it becomes difficult to discern the divergence. Only when we grant the soil sufficient time, appropriate light and water, and proper nurture, can it flourish with bountiful fruits and blossoms.

As we journey towards personal growth, how do we distinguish between a mire and a fertile soil? How do we avoid getting trapped in the muck and cultivate our beloved blossoms in the soil? Life, in all its forms, is beautiful. Through understanding our family of origin, we can navigate towards our values and transform into an improved version of ourselves.


Ms. Winnie Ng is a certified counselor, member and associate fellow of the Hong Kong Professional Counseling Association, as well as a registered social worker, and a part-time lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where she teaches counseling courses at the Hong Kong Institute of Education and marriage counseling at the Department of Social Work. She has been using family systems theory to help clients cope with marital distress, parent-child relationship, personal mental health and workplace stress.

**The webinar will be held in Cantonese.

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