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Women’s Outreach

Live Safe End Abuse

http://www.mylawbc.com/resources/pdfs/pubs/Live-Safe-End-Abuse-eng.pdf
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Coffee Break

Why Do Girls Tend to Have More Anxiety Than Boys?

The laid-back, underachieving boy; the hyperachieving, anxious girl. Over the three decades since I graduated from medical school, and especially over the past 10 years, this pattern has become increasingly common in my practice. In one case, which is pretty typical, my patient’s pare
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Importance of Early Years (3)

Importance of Early Years (3)
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15 Adorable Facts About How Babies Learn from Mental Floss

  For the first few years of a baby’s life, everything in the world is new. Learning is a 24/7 process. They have to figure out how to move their bodies, how to manipulate objects, how to understand and use language, and more. It’s an understandably exhausting process. Here are 1
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WHAT EFFECT DOES DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HAVE ON CHILDREN?

  Although adults may think “the kids don’t know,” research shows that children see or hear many domestic violence assaults. Each year in Canada, an estimated 362,000 children witness or experience family violence. Domestic violence is more common in homes with young children tha
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HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

  TIPS FOR PARENTS How to help your teen develop the skills they need to create healthy relationships. One of the best ways to “relationship-proof” our young people is to teach them the following four key skills for creating healthy relationships: 1. Assertive Communicatio
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Stress Management Tips

  Stress: Possible Symptoms of Stress: ›  Anxiety ›  Tired ›  Pressure ›  Worried ›  Nervous ›  Overwhelmed ›  Nauseated ›  Irritability ›  Anger & Hostility ›  Depression ›  Mood Swings   Prolonged Stress Response: ›  Stress response is meant to be short-term ›  Stress
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Safety Planning For Leaving An Abusive Relationship

What to Do (If You Can) Before Leaving an Abusive Relationship: make a safety plan (call us at 250-341-3963; we can assist you) contact places in the community for support assess your safety and that of your children contact a shelter for a safe place to stay seek interim custody of y
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