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Writing about emotional events can improve academic performance, physical health, and mental well-being. Not expressing frustration has been associated with poorer grades, decreased interest in school, and more frequent absences from school. Here is what you can do to help your students express their negative emotions.

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They asked us

Q: Well, this boy always is like, hurting and hitting and mostly plowing me into walls.  He calls me names like b***h. Then, there is this other kid and he’s just over the top. He threatens me and my friend. I don't know what to do. I'm sick and tired of it, and I want it to stop. I know you can’t make that happen, but I need some advice. Thxx. 

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Info sheet

In Canada, 24% of women aged 18 to 24 have been sexually or physically assaulted by a date at least once, and some 16% of all women will experience such abuse before they turn 16. Approximately 22% of undergraduate students say they experienced emotional violence in a relationship before college.  

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Must watch

Watch this video and learn about five phrases that can change your life according to Adam Brown, the founder of Pencils of Promise, a non-profit organization that has built over 380 schools around the world. 

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Helplines

MindYourMind.ca works with young people aged 14-29 to promote wellness, reduce mental health stigma, and increase access to community organizations, professionals and peer support groups. 

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