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Making 2016 Better

How are YOU going to make 2016 be a BETTER year for YOU? I hope you received a few gifts during the holidays and that not only did you receive them, but also that you opened them and are now using them. A New Year is a bright and shiny GIFT ready to be opened…
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Reflections of Light

Midwinter brings the longest nights of the year. We respond, both traditionally and instinctively, by adding extra lights in our homes that comfort and cheer us, and help keep the darkness at bay. In the quieter moments of our holidays, if we pause to tune into nature’s rhythms, we may also enjoy a period of…
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International Youth Day (August 12, 2015)

My name is Carole-Ann Filiatreault, and I have been a volunteer at A Woman’s Place (AWP) for about two years now. It was back in 11th grade when my passion for helping women and my feminist side really started shinning. I had joined a club at school called “Girl Up” which taught me how important…
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Lest We Forget

I am a year-round reader, but I especially love passing a sunny summer’s day with a book in my hands and sand under my feet.  I read all kinds of books – mysteries, autobiographies, memoirs, crime fiction, “chick-lit”.  As an aside, if you, too, like to read, consider joining the adult or teen book clubs…
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Stories Written and Bravely Shared

As I walked behind a group of women last night following an evening of writing that ended with meditation, hugs, and well wishes for the week, I thought, wow, what an incredible group of women to be amongst. These are no ordinary women; these are women who are in a writing group offered by A Woman’s…
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It’s a Race!

On Saturday, October 11th we will Race. It is our 5th annual Race to Empower. The race is held in October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) to do just that… raise awareness, but also to give the community an opportunity to help us raise funds for the much needed services and programs we provide, that…
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What Would You Do?

It’s the $5.8 billion question. You can read the graphic. Every year the cost of intimate partner violence exceeds $5.8 billion. Domestic violence is costing us, as a community, more than $5.8 billion per year. Have I said it enough? What a waste! It begs the question, though. What would you do with $5.8 billion?…
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The Writer’s Block

As a former High School and Middle School teacher, nearly life-long Bucks County resident, and believer in the power of woman, The Empowerment Project workshop series The Writer’s Block speaks to me.  My name is Stacey Metzler, and I am excited to be volunteering and co-facilitating this group with Michelle Danella, a Creative Writing student…
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Security and Success

“The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.” ― Albert Einstein At 18 years old, I began my journey into independence and adulthood. It was a clumsy transition, which, looking back, didn’t set it apart from the experiences of many other people but, having been raised by parents with substance abuse problems, who…
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Get Empowered & Stay Empowered

Our Mission: A Woman’s Place (AWP) is a community-based social change organization committed to the empowerment of women and to ending intimate and domestic violence for all. As part of our commitment, AWP has launched an exciting new program called, The Empowerment Project.  The Empowerment Project encompasses many programs. Whether you are an adult, a teen, or a…
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