Men Talk coming

Guys of all ages are invited to leave behind the stereotypes and take part in a talk about what makes relationships work. Pride on Campus at Red Deer College and Shining Mountains Living Community Services presents Building Strong and Healthy Communities, a session with Dr. Michael Kaufman.

Guys of all ages are invited to leave behind the stereotypes and take part in a talk about what makes relationships work.

Pride on Campus at Red Deer College and Shining Mountains Living Community Services presents Building Strong and Healthy Communities, a session with Dr. Michael Kaufman.

The session, called Men Talk: The Three Secrets of Great Relationships, takes place on Nov. 6 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Margaret Parson Theatre at the college. Kaufman is known for his powerful lectures and interactive workshops, thanks to his roots in storytelling. In Men Talk, he weaves together humour, stories and clear analysis for an educational and entertaining event.

Men Talk will look at the root causes of dating violence and sexual abuse as well as the breakdown in communication in relationships.

The presentation, made possible with funds from Status of Women Canada, is not only open for men but all interested members of the community, including parents, youth, professionals and RCMP members.

For more information, contact Shining Mountains at 403-346-9794.

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