Friends

Friends

Friendship, body image and dieiting in teenage girls: a research report

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English
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Author: 
Susan Paxton
Publisher: 
National Eating Disorder Information Centre
Publication Date: 
1996
Publication Place: 
Toronto, ON

Reports on a research project that examined friendship groups among teenage girls and links to body image attitudes and dieting behaviours.

Notes: 
Includes bibliographical references.

Supporting teens with eating disorders: a guide for family menbers & close friends

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English
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Online
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Center for Young Women's Health, Children's Hospital Boston
Publication Date: 
1999-2005
Publication Place: 
Boston, MA

Presents a guide for family members & close friends on supporting teens with eating disorders. Gives information on what you can do for meals and snacks, food preperation, on having a healthy attitude and talking with teens.

Friendship

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English
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Online
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Center for Young Women's Health, Children's Hospital Boston
Publication Date: 
1999-2004
Publication Place: 
Boston, MA

Explains why all your friendships may be changing, what you can do to keep from losing your friends, how to keep a friendship alive, and when you know when to let a friendship go.

Healthy relationships: a guide for teens

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English
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Online
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Center for Young Women's Health, Children's Hospital Boston
Publication Date: 
1999-2004
Publication Place: 
Boston, MA

Explains what makes a relationship healthy, and how you know if you have a healthy relationship with someone.

Selkirk Friendship Centre

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NGO - Non Government Organization

 
The Selkirk Friendship Centre is a community based, non-profit organization with the mission of assisting Aboriginal peoples in adjusting to urban society, within the city of Selkirk, Manitoba
 
 
 
The Centre is the primary organization serving the Aboriginal population within the area.  Established in 1968 it began with the goal of securing equality of rights for all people, and has continued to serve in manners that adjust and adapt to the changing needs of our urban Aboriginal population.  The Selkirk Friendship Centre is well known for its ability to provide stable and consistent forms of service.  Dynamic volunteerism and sound leadership have enabled us to continue to provide stability and innovation within the community.
 

Primary Telephone: 
(204) 482-7525
Fax Number: 
204-485-8124
Street Address: 
425 Eveline St
City: 
Selkirk
Province: 
Manitoba
Postal/ZIP Code: 
R1A 2J5
Internal Notes : 
Updated December 2011
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