Wednesday 19th June 2019
Bend so you don’t break
Let’s talk about relationship and self care
“Healthy relationships enable us to be who we are,” says Mary Jo Kreitzer, Ph.D., R.N., Director of the Center for Spirituality & Healing. “They nurture us and they help us grow. They help us become better people.”
Join us for a relationship and self care discussion in conjunction with Ace of Jacks Ents, Unedited to support Friends of Black Cultural Archives
As you reflect on the first six months of 2019, come along to our interactive discussion focused on relationships and wellbeing.
- Current and past experiences
- The ingredients of a successful marriage and relationship
- Happiness and healthy communication
- Pre and post relationship support
- Starting again
Bernard P. Achampong – Radio Director & Digital Content Exec
Seema Parmar – Wellness Champion
London-based trainer, senior spin instructor at Psycle London, Sweaty Betty Ambassador and Wellness Champion, Seema Parmar of STRONGER with Seema, made a switch to the Fitness Industry 5 years ago after a career in PR & Events.
Seema is on a mission to reach as many people and help them get stronger in mind and body ready for a relationship.
Obi James – Leadership consultant, Certified Relationship & Organisational Systems Coach, Divorcee
Married with four children; two of which are homeschooled. He works in business finance merchant services. Donald suffered from depression, suicidal ideas and thoughts and loneliness, even in marriage, counselling and joining #DBD has given me the band of brothers, role models, family and moral sounding board to bring me to where he is today.
Jermaine has been the key speaker at major conferences globally. He runs a program called Resolve, which combines theatre and conflict resolution management as a unique method to develop better communication within relationships.