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Girls' Respect Groups: An Innovative Program To Empower Young Women & Build Self-Esteem Paperback

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"GRG taught me soo much about myself & has forever changed me!"-Mackenzie, 16 yrs

"My daughters involvement in GRG has been a  life-altering experience for her, the benefits of which she will realize her whole life"- Parent Of A GRG Leader

"I think this program is truly a winner"-Middle School Teacher

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Lorna Blumen is an educational consultant & bullying prevention specialist from Toronto, Canada. An author and lecturer, she has appeared on Canadian and U.S television and radio. Lorna draws from her 15 years of experience in conflict resolution, bullying prevention, and girls' respect skills for elementary, middle and high school.

Lorna is the author of Bullying Epidemic: Not Just Child's Play (Camberley Press, 2011), and co-author of Girls' Respect Groups: An Innovative Program to Empower Young Women & Build Self-Esteem!(Camberley Press, 2009). She is also a co-developer of Girls' Respect Groups, an after-school program for middle school girls, led by high school girls.

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