Blog Article | 26 May 2016

Advance Presents: From Surviving To Thriving, An Evening With Broadcaster Jenni Trent Hughes.

FROM SURVIVING TO THRIVING: An evening with broadcaster Jenni Trent Hughes.

In aid of Advance.

Whatever your age, gender, job or relationship status, for many of us 21st Century living has become all about surviving.

Not only do we need to manage the pressures of school and work, we are also battling the expectations of our loved ones, society in general and last but not least – our own. And every day we do quite well keeping our heads above water.

Yet how much more enjoyable, productive and happy would our lives be if we could truly thrive as opposed to merely surviving?

Jenni Trent Hughes shares her thoughts on the one element that none of us can do without if we want to thrive rather merely survive in the world. Advance; Surviving to Thriving Flyer-page-001

WHEN: Thursday, 30 June 2016 from 18:00 to 20:00 (BST).
WHERE: St Paul’s Centre – Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9PJ.

Get your tickets for Surviving to Thriving on EventBrite.

Large Advance Logo JPEGAbout the event organiser,

Advance is a London based charity helping women and their children survive domestic violence. We provide emotional and practical support and all of our services are free and confidential. A large part of our work is crisis intervention – for women who require urgent help and face imminent danger.


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