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Talking to Kids about Sexual Violence

October 19, 2015By
Talking to Kids about Sexual Violence

We are thrilled to introduce to you our newest guide: Talking to Kids about Sexual Violence: A Guide for Parents on Age-Appropriate Conversations. Our conversations with our children, our own and the ones we know, are perhaps the best indicator for their future resilience. This important guide offers tips and information on how to talk […]

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Growing Up and Hard Conversations

February 1, 2015By
Growing Up and Hard Conversations

Trigger warning for sexual abuse Part of growing up means having to also have difficult conversations about personal safety and boundaries. Many parents find these conversations to be awkward and challenging, and especially difficult to find age-appropriate ways to talk to their young ones about such a heavy topic. Below you will find a number […]

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Puberty, Sex & More: Tools for Educators to Start the Conversation

January 2, 2015By
Puberty, Sex & More: Tools for Educators to Start the Conversation

Are you an educator working with students from faith-based or ethnic communities and need some ideas on how to plan your reproductive health programming? HEART Women & Girls has developed a number of resources for educators, adult allies and youth group leaders as they think about providing reproductive health programming for youth from faith-based communities. […]

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Cycle Trackers

January 2, 2015By
Cycle Trackers

There are so many cycle trackers out there, and depending on what fits your needs – whether its a printout, an app, or a virtual calendar, there is something for everyone. Here, we have taken the time to gather some of our favorite period trackers. We hope that you’ll find one that suits your needs! […]

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A New Tradition

November 6, 2014By
A New Tradition

  We know that talking about puberty, menstruation, and growing up can be both confusing and embarrassing for both you and a trusted adult. We want to help make this conversation a bit easier – and one that is ongoing. Get to know your mom, grandma, aunts and older sisters by asking them some questions […]

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