Archive | December, 2014

pasta on a fork

Christmas pasta- Emily’s Comfort Food

A post from Community Correspondent Emily McCurrie I have a real comfort food that I love having at Christmas. It’s a rather bizarre recipe that my family makes and I have no idea who thought it up! Maybe one of those days when there was little in the cupboard and you made do with whatever […]

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If all else fails, here’s a picture of a Christmas kitten

We hope 2014 has been a good year for you. It certainly has for us.  Since June,we’ve published over 80 blog posts on a whole range of subjects around mental wellbeing. We’ve met loads of interesting people, from our brilliant Community Correspondents to the guest bloggers and partner organisations who have supported the project throughout […]

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Surviving Christmas

If drugs and alcohol have been a problem for you, Christmas can be a tricky time. But there’s no better place to go for advice on getting through the festive period than other people who are in recovery. Surviving Christmas and New Year is a guide to enduring- and even enjoying- the next few weeks […]

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Nightcrawler: a gripping thriller

A review from our Community Correspondent Emily McCurrie 5/5 Rated 15. General release until December 23. This was a gripping film about an unemployed man desperately looking for work. He was driven when selling himself to potential employers but also willing to do anything just to make a living. It raises the issue of just how […]

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Christmas at Gartnavel Royal

If you want to find some fun things to do this December, have a look at the programme of events at Gartnavel Royal Hospital. There’s a real variety, so there should be something to suit just about everyone. December 12 2014 10.30am : “A-waissalling we shall go ” Carol Singers from The High School of Glasgow […]

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