Ending the Cycle of Violence
Tools for Young People

Ending the Cycle of Violence - Tools for Young People
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From Murder to Forgiveness
Ending the Cycle of Violence is a groundbreaking series that provides a bold new approach to Violence Prevention, and introduces youth to the essential life skills of Understanding Consequences, Developing…
Violence is Real and Hurts Everyone
Ending the Cycle of Violence is a groundbreaking series that provides a bold new approach to Violence Prevention, and introduces youth to the essential life skills of Understanding Consequences, Developing…
Everyone Deserves to be Loved and Treated Well
Ending the Cycle of Violence is a groundbreaking series that provides a bold new approach to Violence Prevention, and introduces youth to the essential life skills of Understanding Consequences, Developing…
Actions Have Consequences
Ending the Cycle of Violence is a groundbreaking series that provides a bold new approach to Violence Prevention, and introduces youth to the essential life skills of Understanding Consequences, Developing…
Choosing to Forgive Instead of Seeking Revenge
Ending the Cycle of Violence is a groundbreaking series that provides a bold new approach to Violence Prevention, and introduces youth to the essential life skills of Understanding Consequences, Developing…
Making the Non-Violent Choice
Ending the Cycle of Violence is a groundbreaking series that provides a bold new approach to Violence Prevention, and introduces youth to the essential life skills of Understanding Consequences, Developing…

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