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7 Gems I Learned After A Bad Relationship

 Never Walk On Eggshells Love is a feeling of strong and constant affection for a person, and in this context, it's all about romantic love. Respect on the other hand, is a feeling of understanding or admiration that something or someone should be treated in an appropriate way. In a…

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This One’s for the Girls!

Tan. Skinny. Enough makeup to cover the flaws but not enough to look fake. The puppy dog filter so that her eyes are a little bigger and her skin a little clearer. A caption that she gave more thought to than anything else that day. Maybe even a little black…

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Sex Trafficking: What you need to know

Hey guys! My name is Lacey Elliott, and I’m a senior at Clemson! At Clemson, I was a double major in Communications Studies and Women’s Leadership. My focus during my college career has been in sex trafficking. I want to take this opportunity to give you some advice/bust some myths…

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Our Coaching Boys Into Men Experience at Hillcrest High

Robby Bell Hillcrest High School, Simpsonville SC Wrestling Coach Recently our wrestling team used the Coaching Boys Into Men card series to help teach our wrestlers through some of the pitfalls they will experience all throughout high school. My assistant coaches and I have spoken with our wrestlers throughout the…

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Taking off the mask of toxic masculinity

Being the new REP Prevention Coordinator has been rewarding and interesting. I travel from school to school and meet different personalities. Some classes are better than others, as it a wild card of how the class will respond to learning about domestic violence and how we can work together to…

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Dear Parents

As a Prevention Coordinator, we have conversations with students about relationships constantly. A common topic of discussion is how the adults in their lives view their relationships: friendships and dating. We hear from students most often that their parents “Just don’t get it,” or that “You’re too young to understand.”…

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