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The Most Offensive 4 Letter Word I Know

The Most Offensive 4 Letter Word I Know

For all of you who tuned into this blog, just waiting to expand your vocabulary with the most offensive swear...
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Media Literacy Week: How the Media Can Better Support Trauma Survivors

Media Literacy Week: How the Media Can Better Support Trauma Survivors

*This was originally posted on the 'Conversations with a Rattlesnake' blog It's Media Literacy Week in Canada. The media has...
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Tips for responding to trauma and mental health disclosures

Tips for responding to trauma and mental health disclosures

Trauma and mental health issues are not necessarily more prevalent now, but the awareness about these issues is certainly growing....
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“December 18, 2003”

“December 18, 2003”

This day started out like many of my other days in university except that it was the day before I...
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Theo Fleury Receives Humanitarian Award from Whistler Film Festival

Theo Fleury Receives Humanitarian Award from Whistler Film Festival

Last week, the Breaking Free Foundation was in Whistler, BC for the 2016 Whistler Film Festival, taking in the excitement...
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How you can support Breaking Free Foundation on Giving Tuesday

How you can support Breaking Free Foundation on Giving Tuesday

Following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, is the global online movement, Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is an initiative focused on...
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Upcoming BFF Meetups at The Commons

Upcoming BFF Meetups at The Commons

The Breaking Free Foundation (BFF) is excited to announce additional groundbreaking events at The Commons, BFF Meetups: group healing through conversations. Our President,...
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Introducing BFF Meetups: Group Healing Through Conversation

Introducing BFF Meetups: Group Healing Through Conversation

The Breaking Free Foundation is excited to announce the launch of a new program we're offering, BFF Meetups: group healing through conversations. Our President, Theo Fleury will lead a group conversation about trauma and healing. Participate actively or simply as a listener, as these are safe spaces to connect with BFF and the greater trauma and healing community.
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