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The latest in our youth violence prevention movement:

Two of our student contributors, Sophia and Kate, share their thoughts about supporting friends in challenging situations.

Two of our student contributors, Sophia and Kate, help us answer some common questions from youth and young adults in the community about relationship challenges.

Two of our student contributors, Sophia and Kate, help us answer some common questions about friendships that we get from youth and young adults in the community.

Classes participated in Tubman's Voice in Prevention curriculum have brought up the topic of gaslighting throughout the year. Here is a little more information about gaslighting and how it affects relationships.

Chanhassen High School student Kate McKinney shares their perspective on the current coronavirus pandemic and what it means for productivity during a time of distance learning and more time to oneself.

Many people struggle at times with feeling comfortable with who they are. In these times, it can be hard not to compare ourselves to others or change who we are to fit in. But the most important thing to remember is to be yourself.

Many of us have noticed that our lives look a little different now. While these changes can cause stress, it can also cause us to feel pressure to achieve something during this time, or things that we normally would not think about.

Change of any kind can lead to stress in life. Especially in this rapidly changing time, learning how to manage and cope with change can help reduce this stress and enjoy the changes around us.

How can we still have meaningful connections with each other while maintaining social distancing for the greater good?

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Welcome! We’re so glad you’re here and are happy that you’re a part of leading positive changes in your community to help violence. We’ve been active in partnerships with the schools since 1991 and rely on people like you to help keep positive changes going!