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They Put A Celebrity On Camera And Asked Her To Talk About A Rough Topic. She Only Got 2 Words Out.

Jan. 20, 2015
By
Laura Willard
She's totally speechless, and how can you blame her?
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1in6 Thursday: The Emotional Painbody, Part 2

An old emotional pain living inside you—an accumulation of painful life experience that was not fully faced and accepted in the moment it arose—leaves behind an energy form of emotional pain called the painbody.
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Ads Say 'No More' To Domestic Violence, But Will Audience Listen?

Jan. 14, 2015
By
Maggie Penman
The subtext? No more domestic violence, and no more sexual assault.
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1in6 Thursday: Celebrating 8 Years of Service

Our careful nurturance of key partnerships has helped make it possible to inspire increased services to support men who had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood to live healthier, happier lives.
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Resolution 2015: Well-Being

This year, please join us in resolving to help the millions of men around the world who had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood to live healthier, happier lives.
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1in6 Thursday: Present for the Holidays

Many of us adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse and other traumas find ourselves with confused feelings as we’re confronted with holiday promises of joy, connection and good will, which may run contrary to our memories of our own childhoods.
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The Moment for Justice

By Helena Lazaro. When I first became involved with Joyful Heart in 2010, justice was a concept that I had given up on almost entirely.
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Adweek's Top 5 Commercials of the Week: Dec. 12-19

Dec. 19, 2014
By
David Griner
Apple bridges generations, celebrities fall silent, and Ikea shows what kids really want
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'NO MORE' Outtakes: Stars at a Loss for Words

Dec. 19, 2014
By
Access Hollywood Live
The heartfelt moments that make up the new "Speechless" videos in the NO MORE PSA campaign were featured on Access Hollywood.
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SVU’s Mariska Hargitay Says NO MORE to Rape and Domestic Violence

Dec. 19, 2014
By
Diana Reese
If you’ve ever watched even one episode of “SVU,” you can understand why Hargitay, who’s won both Emmy and Golden Globe awards for her portrayal of Det. Benson, has turned activist for the victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Her latest effort, aimed “at getting the conversation started” about these issues that often “are swept under the carpet,” ironically relies on silence and raw emotion rather than on cleverly scripted words.
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