Relationships come in many forms and yet in our society it is often only the monogamous heterosexual relationship that is portrayed as ‘normal’. Gay relationships on the other hand, have only recently held a greater recognition in society. As they are made up of two people of the same gender, developing a relationship structure that suits the particular relationship, has often been sacrificed by... the adoption of the traditional heterosexual structure.
The absence of recognition and equality of gay relationships has had positive outcomes for many gay people. It’s encouraged them to explore agreements and design relationships that complement their particular partnership. For others it has led to confusion and negativity of same sex
The QAHC Relationship Workshops explore a broad range of relationship structures. They provide valuable information that will assist the participant to identify their needs and preferences of a relationship, protect their health, and share skills to maintain healthy same sex relationships.
Many men who have participated in the past relationship workshops agree the skills learnt are beneficial. They also enjoyed sharing experiences and views of other participants. The workshops are confidential, held in a safe environment and are social and fun, as they are informative.
The workshops have been developed for single men, or men already in relationships with other men. The workshops will explore the many facets and skills required to establish and maintain healthy relationships from a holistic sense.
Sunday 25th March 2012 (10:30am until 4:30pm) Session 1
Sunday 29th April 2012 (10:30am until 4:30pm) Session 2
Sunday 13th May 2012 (10:30am until 4:30pm) Session 3
The FREE gay relationship workshops have been developed for single men (by David Healthy-Communities GroupWork), or men already in relationships with other men. The workshops will explore the many facets and skills required to establish and maintain healthy relationships from a holistic sense.