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  1. Please share... TO RAISE awareness...of the KHANPUR MASSACRE on 31st May 1991 #KhanpurMassacre
  2. yes kaurnect still operates and can be contacted through the details above. or email info@kaurageous.com if this person is still having issue and is trying to speak to kaurnect
  3. Depression is more than simply feeling unhappy or fed up for a few days. We all go through spells of feeling down, but when you're depressed, you feel persistently sad for weeks or months rather than just a few days. Some people still think that depression is trivial and not a genuine health condition. They're wrong. Depression is a real illness with real symptoms, and it's not a sign of weakness or something you can 'snap out of' by 'pulling yourself together'. The good news is that with the right treatment and support, most people can make a full recovery from depression. It's important to seek help from your GP if you think you may be depressed. Depression can also strike children. Studies have shown that about 4% of children aged 5-16 in the UK are affected by depression. Treatment for depression involves either medication or talking treatments, or usually a combination of the two. The kind of treatment that your doctor recommends will be based on the type of depression you have. A suicidal person may not ask for help, but that doesn't mean that help isn't wanted. Most people who commit suicide don't want to die—they just want to stop hurting. Suicide prevention starts with recognizing the warning signs and taking them seriously. If you think a friend or family member is considering suicide, you might be afraid to bring up the subject. But talking openly about suicidal thoughts and feelings can save a life. Speak up if you're concerned and seek professional help immediately! Through understanding, reassurance, and support, you can help your loved one overcome thoughts of suicide. If you believe that a friend or family member is suicidal, you can play a role in suicide prevention by pointing out the alternatives, showing that you care, and getting a doctor or psychologist involved. Take any suicidal talk or behavior seriously. It's not just a warning sign that the person is thinking about suicide — it's a cry for help. If a friend or family member is suicidal, the best way to help is by offering an empathetic, listening ear. Let your loved one know that he or she is not alone and that you care. Don't take responsibility, however, for making your loved one well. You can offer support, but you can't get better for a suicidal person. He or she has to make a personal commitment to recovery. It takes a lot of courage to help someone who is suicidal. Witnessing a loved one dealing with thoughts about ending his or her own life can stir up many difficult emotions. As you're helping a suicidal person, don't forget to take care of yourself. Find someone that you trust. Talking is a key… There are trained professionals out there to help you, just pick up the phone Sikh Help Line Sikhhelpline.com 0845 646 0704 KaurNect Kaurageous.com/kaurnect 07783 833364 Kaurnect@kaurageous.com
  4. Sikh Help Line Sikhhelpline.com 0845 646 0704 KaurNect Kaurageous.com/kaurnect 07783 833364 Kaurnect@kaurageous.com
  5. A request to ALL amritdhari or not, which ever jathabandi please make an effort to make it the Chaupai Sahib Jaap programme at Gurdwara Baba Sang, Smethwick, Birmingham on the 31st . ***Ardas Benti for the Chardi kala of Bhai Balwant Singh 'Rajoana' and the Chardi kala of the singh's and singhnia in jail's in India**** Gurdwara Baba Snag St Pauls Road Smethwick Birmingham Arambh Friday 30th March 4.30 pm Bhog Saturday 31st March 4.30 am Benti to all local sangat please attend bringin other's and join in this ardas For rauls please contact 07763608328 info:@chaupaisahib.org ChaupaiSahib.org
  6. Amrit Sanchar 24th December 2011 at 10am at Gurdwara Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji (New Building) for further info contact - Bhai Gurraj Singh on 07807 471521
  7. Ladies Basketball Tournament When: 28th May 2011 - 10AM - 6PM Venue: Fearnville Leisure Cente, Oakwood Lane, Leeds, LS8 3LF Entry: £30 per team Further for info see poster
  8. lol. bebiha, i would like to point out that most on the mods on this forum are actually part of the jatha. K_z only asked for audio and pics so we the sangat know what was said...so if anyone has the audio or pics pm him as requested or post on the net somewhere so all sangat can listen and see otherwise dont post.
  9. Manchester - Wednesday 4 November – Candlelit vigil 4-7pm Outside St Peter's House(the chaplaincy) Oxford Road M13 9GH