May 7, 2022
10:00 am CDT - 12:00 pm CDT
Held via Zoom
Anne E. Beall, PhD
*Limited to 25 participants.
Fairytales have a profound effect because they include archetypes that influence our thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. These beloved stories, however, have many hidden messages. Author, Anne Beall, analyzed hundreds of fairy tales and discovered significant findings such as:
- Male characters are more agentic and powerful than female characters.
- Men marry up based on their acts of bravery, whereas women marry up based on their appearance.
- Powerful male characters are good whereas powerful females are often evil.
- Male characters are often rewarded for breaking the rules, whereas females are harshly punished.
She found many parallels in modern life. The result is that women may feel powerless, may have unrealistic expectations of romantic relationships, may worry about breaking the rules, and may be overly sensitive to the judgements of others. We will discuss how women can look at their lives differently by writing a new fairy tale where they are the heroine of their story.
About the Instructor
Anne E. Beall is the author of the book, Cinderella Didn’t Live Happily Ever After, and will soon publish a new book, Only Prince Charming Gets to Break the Rules. She is also the CEO and founder of Beall Research, a strategic market research company in Chicago. She received her PhD in Social Psychology from Yale University and is the author of ten books. You can learn more about her at www.AnneBeall.com and www.BeallResearch.com.
Cinderella Didn’t Live Happily Ever After Author: Anne E. Beall, PhD. (May be purchased on Amazon)
*Program CEUs are an additional $15 processing fee. Please note that the current CEU processing time is around 3-4 weeks.
Venue: Zoom: The C.G. Jung Center
This event will be hosted online through Zoom.
Further info will be provided after registration.