Making an impact to support the fight against breast cancer.
MADISON, Wis., August 31, 2023 (Newswire.com)
Tri-North Builders is excited to announce that its annual Tequila for Ta-Tas event is back for 2023. This event was founded by Tri-North nine years ago. It is a fundraiser that supports the UW Carbone Cancer Center in the fight against metastatic breast cancer, with the ultimate goal of making it a survivable condition.
Since Tequila for Ta-Tas’ inception, over $75,000 dollars have been raised by the event for breast cancer research. “Supporting our communities is part of our DNA,” says Tri-North Vice President, Anna Stern. “As breast cancer is something many of us have likely experienced, whether it be personally or by loved ones who are fighters and survivors, it is a disease that deserves our support now and in the future.” For 2023, Tri-North continues its tradition of supporting the breast cancer community with the goal of raising over $20,000 through Tequila for Ta-Tas.
As for what to expect in attending Tequila for Ta-Tas, not only will guests be able to support a good cause, but also they will enjoy fun carnival-themed activities including a food truck, cotton candy, games, prizes, and of course, margaritas!
Registering for Tri-North’s Tequila for Ta-Tas:
- When: Thursday, September 13 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
- Where: Tri-North’s headquarters at 2625 Research Park Drive | Fitchburg, WI 53711
- How to register: Guests can register upon arrival or in advance online at Eventbrite.com
Tri-North was founded in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1981 as a general contracting firm. For over 40 years, Tri-North has continuously expanded its services, ranging from preconstruction and construction management to LEED consulting and self-performed work. With three nationwide offices, Tri-North has grown beyond what was imagined. Yet, it has remained privately-owned and managed with Thomas Thayer (one of the original founding members) as the President and CEO. Tri-North is an employee-owned company, and many of its first employees are still with Tri-North today.
Tri-North Builders’ Annual Tequila for Ta-Tas is Sept. 13
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Scientific Article With Findings Just Published in Top U.S. Scientific Journal for Couples Therapy: The Journal of Marital and Family Therapy
SYDNEY & NEW YORK, August 31, 2023 (Newswire.com)
In their new trailblazing book “Resilient Relationships: Techniques for Surviving Hyper-individualism, Social Isolation, and a Mental Health Crisis” (Routledge), Psychiatrist Dr. Christian Heim and Professor Dr. Caroline Heim explain results from a global study exploring the challenges faced by contemporary couples from around the world.
Designed to be used as a companion to couples therapy, the book presents more than 75 techniques to help relationships thrive in the long term based on in-depth interviews with longtime couples who answered questions from young couples and shared time-tested secrets, presented for a new generation.
“Resilient Relationships” also includes the findings of the world’s largest study of its kind, involving over 1,400 people from 52 countries. It draws from more than 900 scientific studies and Dr. Christian Heim’s 20 years of clinical experience and reveals that young couples really do want long-term relationships.
The book tackles controversial, U.S.-specific, 21st-century issues head-on: hyper-individualism, social isolation and a mental health crisis, providing insights into the challenges faced by contemporary couples: Is hyper-individualism a challenge to relationship longevity? Can you have both? Using the science, “Resilient Relationships” argues that “Nurturing a strong, mutually supportive, long-term relationship may just be the most self-serving thing two people could choose to do.” (Heim and Heim 2023).
The Drs. Heim asked 300 young people in relationships one question: “If you could ask people married 40+ years a question, what would it be?” Did they want to know about open marriages? Gender identity? Affairs? No.
Their five top questions were:
- What is your secret to staying together? (over 64% of couples)
- Is the spark still there?
- How do you stop arguing?
- How do you keep your relationship fun?
- How do you keep emotionally connected?
One young American couple married 11 years asked, “I mean, how is 40+ years even possible?”
Drs. Heim then conducted in-depth interviews and surveyed more than 1,100 couples married 40-73 years and asked them the five questions. Their top three secrets to making relationships last were 1) commitment, 2) altruism and 3) shared values.
The book is available on Routledge’s website, Amazon, and all online book outlets. The scientific study is in the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, including the doctors talking about the findings.
About the Authors
Dr. Christian Heim, Ph.D., an award-winning psychiatrist, is Clinical Director of Tasmania North Mental Health Services, Senior Lecturer at The University of Queensland and a Churchill Fellow. Christian gives keynote lectures in the U.S. on preventative mental health. In private psychiatry, he subspecializes in war-related and severe personal trauma and couples therapy, where mental illness is prominent.
Dr. Caroline Heim, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at Queensland University of Technology. She has published two books in theatre studies. A former NYC stage actor, Caroline gives keynote lectures in the U.S. and her numerous articles cover topics from global audiences to the mental health of university students. Caroline is a certified crisis counsellor.
To connect for an interview, article or conversation, Caroline can be contacted at Queensland University of Technology at email@example.com. A full media package with high-res photos can be found on our website.