“This is the most life-changing course I have ever done.”

Kevin M, PARTICIPANT 

 

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The Course

The Gay Happiness Project is a unique 8-week mindfulness-based group training programme designed for gay men who want to increase happiness and life satisfaction.

With an emphasis on kindness and compassion you will learn life skills and effective self-care techniques that will enable you to develop a better understanding of yourself and embrace life with greater ease.

Participants quickly establish meaningful connections, building confidence and trust with fellow participants by sharing experiences and learning together in a supportive environment that is practical and down-to-earth.

 

I honestly don't think I could have coped with the level of change and challenge I had in my life without the self-support and mindfulness techniques this course taught me. Utterly amazing. Thank you.” 

— john t, particpant

 

The Gay Happiness Project is an 8-week group training programme for gay men designed to improve overall happiness and life satisfaction.

 

View an outline of the 8 modules here 


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The Outcome

Participants leave the Gay Happiness Project with increased awareness of positive behaviours, thinking and self; better overall mental wellbeing; and a toolkit of practical exercises and techniques to sustain healthy habits. The course is underpinned by mindfulness and participants will establish a regular meditation and self-compassion practice.

 

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Drug and alcohol use is 7 times higher in the LGB population compared to the general population.

13%

13% of gay and bisexual men are currently experiencing moderate to severe levels of mixed depression and anxiety compared to 7% of all men.

50%

50% gay and bisexual men said they have felt life was not worth living compared to 17% of all men.

SOURCE: Stonewall.org.uk

 
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"...deeper connection first with yourself
and then
others around you"
David E, Participant