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KentProgramme MYTrust Jun 19
This morning, our young people are taking part in a sexual health workshop with Sue, an outreach NHS nurse. They are learning about how to protect yourself from STDs and STIs, how to get tested and what consent means.
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BBC Bitesize 16h
It seems Yewande is staying true to herself. As suggests, being yourself is important. 👉
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Arien Smith Jun 18
You deserve people who treat you with respect. <3
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chloe Jun 22
Hilarious that I only know my boyfriend has broke his phone because he posted a status on Facebook and hasn't actually spoke to me in about 2 days 🙃
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Together For Childhood Plymouth Jun 21
Thanks for a great three days of Restorative Justice Facilitator Training, sharing understanding about the principles of restorative justice. We're now thinking about how we can apply these principles to our project with
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TribeNinja Jun 21
Alter Your Expectations and Don’t Make Assumptions. Don’t be quick to pick apart your friends, family, or coworkers. Accept that they are human and that they will make mistakes.
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Girls Inc. 15h
What do Girls Inc. girls have to say? “It’s important that we see consent in relationships: LGBT relationships...all relationships”- Aarna, sophomore Young people deserve to be supported at school. must include community ensure for all🌈
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Together For Childhood Plymouth Jun 20
We'll be tomorrow speaking with year 10 students about plans for a school based project exploring We've already spoken to year 7 students on how they can volunteer to be part of a focus group, shaping healthy relationships education in schools
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OxYouth Jun 17
Keep an eye on for resources to use in preventative projects with young people learning about
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The Hindu EDGE Jun 17
In order to succeed, build and to gain respect, stand up for yourself. The article is written by
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Black Women Biz 20h
we couldn't agree more. When partners, or not, feel secure in themselves, they can be fully supportive of the people they love.
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T-High Jun 22
I’ma plan a baecation with my girl....all my homeboys & they girl!! I think that’ll be lit 🔥
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Emmanuel Thomas Jun 22
Learn to enjoy the process! Sometimes we speed without direction. Make sure you are being guided by the Holy Spirit concerning your friendships/relationships!
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Whitney Aves Jun 17
Replying to @realzoebass
This seems like a great opportunity to tell everyone to take Family Studies 😝
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Turning Point DV Jun 18
More than half of those that took the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey said they have experienced some form of intimate partner violence. Everyone deserves to be in a safe relationship. We are here for 24/7 at our Crisis Helpline 1-800-221-6311.
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Victoria Isabella 9h
Another fantastic presentation from the year 9’s at on the topic I’m delivering this week - lots of interesting discussions, debates & fantastic input.
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Keerthi21 Jun 17
Your heart is committed to not to miss any beat. Your breath is committed to keep your alive. What are you committed to?? Think for a while before you act...
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My Sista's KeepHer Jun 20
QUESTION: Why is it so hard for people to take responsibility/apologize. REPLY: “Society would rather believe the beautiful lies than the ugly truth”-Nasir Al-Mujaahed
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Bright Life Jun 23
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Arien Smith Jun 15
If we want to increase the effectiveness of our communication, we can practice setting boundaries.
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