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Free Stress Management Courses starting in 2014
Thursday 9th January (6.30-8.30pm), 16th January, 23rd January, 30th January, 6th February at Langside Halls, Shawlands
Tuesday 28th January (6-8pm), 4th, 11th, 18th February, at Maryhill Burgh Halls
Tuesday 4th March (6-8pm), 11th, 18th , 25th March, at Yoker Community campus
Wednesday 29th January (6-8pm) at Bridgeton Community Campus
For further information, phone 0141 552 4434 or simply join us at the above venues on the dates advertised.
Mindfulness Courses starting in January 2014
Tuesday 14th January (10-12pm), 21st, 28th, 4th February at Maryhill Burgh Halls in North West Glasgow
Wednesday 15th January (10-12pm), 22nd, 29th , 5th February at G31 Centre, Camlachie in the North East Glasgow
Wednesday 5th March(10-12pm), 12th, 19th , 26th March at Springburn Leisure Centre in the North East Glasgow
Thursday 16th January (10-12pm), 23rd, 30th, 6th February at Pollokshaws Burgh Halls in the South Glasgow
Thursday 6th March (10-12pm), 13th, 20th, 27th March at the Pearce Institute, Govan in the South Glasgow
For further information, and/ or to book a place, phone 0141 552 4434, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or simply join us at the above venues on the dates advertised.
‘Still In Our Hearts’ is a film about suicide bereavement
It explores the challenges faced by people who have lost family members and / or friends to suicide. It offers first-hand accounts of their personal experiences of dealing with the loss of their loved ones and sends out their messages to help and support others who are going through and have gone through similar life changing experiences. Produced as part of the Bereaved by Suicide pilot programme, led by Lifelink for the North East Glasgow Suicide Prevention Forum, and funded by the Positive Mental Attitudes programme (part of Glasgow City Community Health Partnership North Sector Health Improvement Team), the film is intended to raise awareness amongst services of the specific challenges people who are bereaved by suicide face, and to support those who are dealing with these. One of the key messages from the people interviewed for this film is ‘Talk about it – there’s no shame’, ‘You may need to talk to a stranger’, ‘Trained individuals can help you talk about it’. Poignantly the film ends with this final quote from one of the participants about the person they’ve lost, ‘You’ll never forget them because the memories are all in your heart and you’ll take them wherever you go.’
For all enquiries and service referrals, contact Lifelink on 0141 552 4434, or e-mail email@example.com.