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Sexual Abuse Intervention

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

MRM-Fact-Sheet-Feb20_2018
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10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Teacher Needs to Know

10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Teacher Needs to Know
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Child Sexual Abuse Myths

http://www.calgarycasa.com/resources/child-sexual-abuse-myths
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RAINN

http://www.rainn.org/articles/child-sexual-abuse
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Teaching Consent Starts Early

Pick a greeting and have an awesome morning…Way to go Mrs. Judy!!! I love my LLE teachers! Posted by Susan Parsons on Thursday, October 18, 2018
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Because of You

https://becauseofyou.org/ Everything you say and do has an impact on those around you. Because of you, people can feel empowered and loved, but also insecure and hurt. Even the smallest words and actions, whether online or in person, can have a big effect. Before you say or do somethi
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Why Childhood Anxiety Often Goes Undetected (and the Consequences)

Kids often keep their worries hidden, or express them in ways that are hard to read Roy Boorady, MD It is a natural thing to have anxiety. It is normal for very young children to be afraid of the dark, or for school-age children to worry about making friends. But sometimes normal chil
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