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January 2015 Newsletter

January 1, 2015   Dear Friends, Each year the board meets in December to review our progress for the past year and to approve plans for the upcoming year. Last month at our annual meeting we also welcomed two new board members. Both Indrajit and Marshal bring a wealth of experience that ‘fits like a glove’… Learn more »

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Resolve to Support Wellbeing in 2015! 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

Resolution 2015: Well-Being This year, please join us in resolving to help the millions of men around the world who had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood to live healthier, happier lives. Engaging in any one, or all, of these simple actions will enrich our own lives and communities, as well as theirs. Promote… Learn more »

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Present for the Holidays: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

In the holiday season, there are lots of chances to relearn the healing power of giving, even when we’re feeling our own fears and unmet needs rise to the surface. But I’m reminded of the airline flight attendants’ oft-repeated advice to “put on your own oxygen mask before attempting to help others.” Holiday gatherings and… Learn more »

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Boundaries: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

We are once again in the season that elicits feelings of excitement for some, dread for others and both for some of us. I have recently explored keeping healthier boundaries in place that allow for room to breathe and reciprocity. Boundaries, what exactly does that word mean? Here’s what Wikipedia has to say: “Personal boundaries… Learn more »

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Finding the Right Lens: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

Have you ever thought about creating a program for a population you’re not sure how to reach? My first job right out of business school was as a violence-prevention educator. You may be wondering how business school prepared me for victim advocacy and prevention education. Well, it didn’t. I wasn’t taught evidence-based theory of how to… Learn more »

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