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Festive choir starts this Monday 12th November at Glasgow’s Village Storytelling Centre

If you enjoy singing and are already raring to get into the Christmas spirit then why not join the Village Storytelling Centre’s festive choir? The first meeting of the group takes place this coming Monday 12th November from 7.00-8.30pm at Leithland Neighbourhood Centre in the Pollok area of Glasgow (25 Kempsthorn Road, G53 5SR). The […]

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“Connect, collaborate and celebrate”- come along to Recovery in Renfrewshire on Tuesday 6th November

We are delighted to share news from the Scottish Recovery Network about an exciting partnership event bringing together people in Renfrewshire to discuss what mental health recovery means to them. Recovery in Renfrewshire Conversation Café is an opportunity for people to discuss what keeps them well and what helps them in their recovery. The event will […]

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‘Dirt is really great for the soul. Being at the plot is so grounding’ – a glimpse life on the allotment from the Intuitive Gardener

We love this lovely short video which the Intuitive Gardener has shared with Mindwaves as part of our ‘seasons’ theme. Here you can watch the transformations which take place on this new allotment during a four month period, as well as read about the positive impact of gardening on mental and physical health. I took […]

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We have big news – you can now subscribe to the Mind Waves Podcast!

We are very excited to launch our very own podcast.  Mind Waves is now available on Anchor and you can listen and subscribe wherever you usually get your podcasts. Subscribe through spotify Subscribe at iTunes Our first episode is a must-listen, revealing what you can expect from the Mindwaves podcast each month and two fantastic features. […]

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Community Correspondent John celebrates 40 years of GAMH with an inspirational poem

This year, Glasgow Association for Mental Health celebrates 40 years of promoting mental health and wellbeing of people in their communities. Our Community Correspondent John has marked the occasion with some powerful and uplifting poetry, emphasising how the organisation’s strong vision and local services have continually flourished since 1978. Forty It’s forty years ago today […]

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‘Democracy Matters’ – the Scottish Government needs your views on how decisions should be made in your community

The Scottish Government are currently taking forward a ‘local governance review’. This means they are looking into how decisions are made in our local communities (e.g. about how money is spent and the way services are provided). They want to find out if there are ways these decision- making processes could be improved. As part […]

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Connections – do boundaries help us or hold us back?

In light of current national and global issues, Marie looks at the impact of borders on our daily lives. In recent weeks and months, the news has been dominated by issues around boundaries being drawn and redrawn – Brexit negotiations; the horrific reports of Mexican children being removed from their families at the US border; […]

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Where does compassion really come from?

Compassion – a deep concern for others and a strong desire to help them – is one of the most powerful means of human connection. We often associate it with a spontaneous, overwhelming emotional response to the suffering of another. However, it is also a positive way of relating to those around us, a sense […]

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