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Children Who Witness Abuse

Infographic about Sexual Minority Youth Data

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Know How to Recognize Sexual Harassment in Your School

Know How to Recognize Sexual Harassment in Your School – NSVRC
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Starting the Day With a Calming Routine

Exercises that help young students who’ve experienced trauma transition into the school day in a relaxed and ready state. By Lori Desautels July 26, 2019 For the past year and a half, I’ve been working with the directors and educators at St. Mary’s Early Childhood Center in Indianapol
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Social media, but not video games, linked to depression in teens, according to Montreal study

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/social-media-mental-health-screen-time-instagram-facebook-video-games-study-1.5211782
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What we can do about toxic stress

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Three Tips to Connect With Your Child

3 Tips to Connect with Your Child
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Sappy, Sloppy Emotions. What’s the Point?

“Although many of us may think of ourselves as thinking creatures that feel, biologically we are feeling creatures that think.” -Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, Neuroscientist, and author of My Stroke of Insight Stupid, sappy, mushy, melodramatic, insipid, tiresome, wimpy, lame. These are all
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4 Effective Strategies To Take Control of a Strong Emotion

4 Effective Strategies To Take Control of a Strong Emotion By Jonice Webb PhD Last updated: 5 May 2019 ~ 4 MIN READ Anger Dread Anxiety Hurt Loss Longing Sadness These are only a few of the feelings that have a special ability to grow very intense, virtually incapacitating you. Whethe
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The Resilience Tree

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Cultivating Health and Well-Being

The Bottom Line Gardening is sometimes seen as a hobby, but it’s much more than that. Research evidence shows that gardening is an activity that can promote the overall health and wellbeing of older adults. Before taking out your shovels and rakes, plan your gardening activities caref
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