One of the most damaging influences on our self-esteem is our own inner shame voice. This voice is the one that says to us “You aren’t good enough.” It’s the voice that holds us back from being our best person, scares us from striving to reach outside the box, tells us that we won’t succeed.
Menstruation and menstrual hygiene dialogue continue to be taboo topics for certain regions of the world,.It is no different in Cameroon, where young girls continue to face the challenges posed by period stigma leading to their lack of self-confidence as they transition to womanhood.
In a community where silence is encouraged and those who speak up against abuse are condemned, when is silence deadly? How do we hold each other accountable and discourage silence when one finds themselves in an abusive relationship? Join our special guest and find out why silence is deadly.
Are men victims of Intimate Partner Violence?
Men suffer the impacts of IPV as much as women. However, most men prefer to remain silent out of fear of judgment from society. On Nov 21st @ 3 PM EST, we will listen to men share their experiences as witnesses, perpetrators, and victims of abuse.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Americans are required to stay home to protect themselves and their communities. However, the home may not be safe for many families who experience domestic violence, which may include both intimate partners and children.
Take advantage of a free workshop where, your child will interact and learn from world class guest speakers. Just Like You will ensure your child is safe and secure in addition to lunch and snack provisions. You don't want your child to miss this very exciting workshop.