Are you a queer or questioning self-identified woman interested in exploring queer women’s identities, relationships and communities? Join us twice a month at Dear John, I Love Jane, for a free evening of discussion on topics that resonate with queer women, especially those who are exploring these issues after, or while contemplating, leaving heterosexual relationships or identities.
Come and join the discussion! We welcome all LGBT and questioning women. The group meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm at QMUNITY Generations, #610, 1033 Davie St, Vancouver (Wheelchair accessible, buzz 610 for entry). To RSVP or for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 604 684 5307 x 112.
Feb 25th: (Making and Breaking Habits will now be on March 11th) New Feb 25th Topic:
Let’s talk about our relationships with the men in our lives now, and the type of man that we were with (or were attracted to) back when our reality was that – or we were living as if – we were straight women. Let’s also touch on relationships between queer women and queer men (not to exclude any other gender identifications) and why there sometimes seems to be a lack of connection between the two camps, when there is something so fundamental that we share.
March 11th : Making and Breaking Habits – How to make changes that stick
We all have habits we wish to make or break. Habits can be strong or weak, or somewhere in between, and often they are difficult to overcome. We try to rely on our willpower, but at some point our power drains and we are faced with our habits once again. This vicious cycle can repeat for a lifetime and leave us feeling hopeless, frustrated, and angry at ourselves. Join Donna Hutchinson, Fitness Expert and Lifestyle Coach, as she unravels the mystery behind how habits are actually formed, what you can to change them, and how to throw away old cognitive scripts so you can begin the journey towards what you really want.
Donna Hutchinson has been a professional in the fitness industry for more than 22 years. She is the author of two books, owner of On The Edge Fitness Educators (Canada’s only private school for personal trainers) and is an award-winning fitness presenter.