|Re: Unsucessful coho groups/INTRO||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Chuck Tedesco (ctedescoSRA1.COM)|
|Date: Sat, 4 Jan 1997 23:24:30 -0600|
It seems to me that there are differing challenges in urban settings with existing housing than more rural/building from the ground up. I think one starts with small steps--renting, covenants, gradually adding the amounts of shared responsibilities, etc. As that evolves, there may be an opportunity to buy as a group. That being said, let me reiterate-- I am new and learning. I do not need a shared ideology except as it concerns openness to the will of the group and following covenants, then holding up my end of the bargain. Which gets me to the intro: I am new to the list and have a deep interest in joining in (or helping to form) community in San Diego County, CA. The end goal is the creation of a rural, organic, simple retreat setting/community where people can go to learn how to truly relax and reconnect with themselves. My intent is to find out what is working and learn more about the challenges of community. Professionally, I am an independen Holistic Smoking Cessation Counselor. Question: Do you use the term cohousing to mean the same thing as communual living or "being in community"? -- Chuck Tedesco Smoking Release Associates HTTP://WWW.SRA1.COM Smoking Cessation Coach Service via phone/e-mail/products shipped For free "Stress Management Tips for Smokers" send blank e-mail to: TIPS [at] SRA1.COM Unique, proven programs for individuals and groups.
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