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What do you do when someone you love was sexually abused as a child? Maybe you are a parent, a sibling, a close relative, spouse, partner or friend. How do you practice self-care in relationships with loved ones healing from sexual trauma but also provide them with the help and support they need? Offered in conjunction with Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Month and Child Abuse Prevention Month, this Lunch and Learn is open to community members seeking help and…Find out more »
Healthy Masculinity, Bystander Intervention & Social and Emotional Learning Training
Healthy Masculinity, Bystander Intervention & Social and Emotional Learning Training Wednesday, November 1, 2017 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Robert E. Lee High School Little Theatre Presented By: The 1 in 3 Foundation and Men Can Stop Rape Participants will learn: 1. Self-Awareness 2. Social Awareness 3. Self-Management 4. Relationship Skills 5. Responsible Decision Making RSVP: email@example.com or call (903) 881-3091Find out more »
What does healthy masculinity mean to you?
What is your idea of "healthy masculinity"? Your viewpoints as a man shape your relationships. Those viewpoints are formed by your upbringing, religion, ethnicity and employment. The roles of women in the 21st century society are changing, especially in Smith County. Healthy masculinity raises the bar. It builds upon the solid values of men in our community to become a beacon of leadership and role models. It helps husbands, fathers, brothers, co-workers and friends to be better men and better…Find out more »