February Newsletter: Week 3

Did you use the worksheets, quizzes, and conversation prompts in our last newsletter? If yes -- tell us how it went! If not, click here to access this month's Magnets & Mirrors Activity. 
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Want to learn how to talk to young people about friendships? Check out our latest video:  

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NEW ON THE BLOG: 

TRUSTED ADULT IN ACTION: MEET JAKE & JILL 

It's rare we have the opportunity to sit down with a young person and their trusted adult! But when we heard the story of Jake and Jill, we knew we had to share their journey. Over the course of several years, Jill helped Jake build his confidence. Discover how she did it. 

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OTA IN THE NEWS

Our founder, Brooklyn Raney was interviewed on "The Curious Man's Podcast." She shared insight on how adults can build strong connections with young people.

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Missed Our Frienduary Webinar? 

You still have a chance to catch all of the amazing insights. Watch the session below:

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