Tuesday morning, WeWork White House hosted Esther Perel for a talk on relationships, followed by a lively Q&A where guests asked very personal questions about their relationships. Here, Gena Gordon with Audio Now’s Kirby Shulman.
Shortly after the talk, Perel signed her new book, "State of Affairs," before taking photos with fans. She led the conversation on the paradoxes of modern relationships and how to create thriving connections. Here, Margot Machol Bisnow, author of "Raising an Entrepreneur: 10 Rules for Nurturing Risk Takers, Problem Solvers & Change Makers," with Mary Shue.
Esther Perel is recognized as one of the most insightful and provocative voices on personal and professional relationships and the complex science behind human interaction. Here, Perel addressing the crowd.
Attendees were also able to purchase Perel's most recent book, "The State of Affairs," which takes a look at modern relationships through the lens of infidelity and an honest exploration of coupling in all its many variations. Here, Secretly Gifting owners Candace Ourisman and Ashley Bronczek.
Varnish Lane owners Carrie Dunne and Lauren Dunne.
Here, Esther Perel Global Media’s Lindsay Ratowsky, Perel and WeWork’s Cara Bubes.