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Reflections of a Summer Intern

My internship here at A Woman’s Place gave me great experience working toward a future career. It helped me to expand my options when thinking about my future. I knew I wanted to work for a nonprofit and although unsure exactly what I wanted to do within one, I decided to work alongside the development…
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AWP Official Statement on Kayden Mancuso

The following statement was published as an AWP press release on Monday, August 13, 2018, and subsequently was published on AWP social media and distributed to supporters. Statement had some very minor edits for clarity between those publications and this post:  DOYLESTOWN – The Staff and Board of A Woman’s Place join the community in…
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A Male Teenager’s Opinion Regarding the Dr. Larry Nassar Situation

By Alex, YAAB Member This February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and me, along with everybody else at A Woman’s Place, whether it be staff members or fellow volunteers, consider this special month a time to raise awareness in our community and, more importantly, to be aware ourselves. On the topic of awareness, a…
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A Woman’s Place Welcomes New Executive Director

(Doylestown, PA) A Woman’s Place (AWP), Bucks County’s domestic violence agency for over 40 years, is extremely excited to welcome new Executive Director Tammy Oliver to lead the organization. Ms. Oliver joins the ranks of some of Bucks County’s most dynamic and bold leaders who have lead AWP over the years. Though she has big…
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I’m a Riser

No one truly knows how strong they are until summoned to learn. If you are living your life, chances are you’ve already put your inner strength to the test. Every day we are faced with some form of adversity from losing a job, getting divorced, or feeling alone to the severity of disease, poverty or…
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What if?

Eight women sit around a table.  Three laugh about something that happened earlier in the day.  Two are stirring cups of chocolate milk, chatting like old friends.  Another appears lost in thought, quietly looking down at her lap.  I rifle through my binder while the woman to my right takes a sip from her water…
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A Problem…In Perfect

What would you give up to be perfect? “A PROBLEM Is really just a solution in need of a reason to exist. If you think about it, LIFE would be kind of boring if it were completely free of friction. Each day PRESENTS choices. Turn this way, it’s a downhill coast. Turn that way, you…
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The Duty of Delight

“To act lovingly is to begin to feel loving, and certainly to act joyfully brings joy to others which in turn makes one feel joyful. I believe we are called to the duty of delight.” Dorothy Day I recently had the distinct pleasure of engaging in conversation and wrestling with ideas with an intriguing group…
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Empowering BBQ

When the text message notification sounded on my cell phone on Tuesday morning at 4:48 a.m., I actually felt upset. “Just wait,” I thought. “See what it says.” Ugh – two hour delay for the kids. Driving to the office this morning, I found myself checking the rear-view mirror for police cars. I finally realized…
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Read a Book…. Any Book

Read a Book…. Any Book About a month ago, I was in Los Angeles having dinner with one of my favorite people and she laughed at me. (Quick aside – if you are in Los Angeles, definitely head over to Marina del Rey to Killer Shrimp and order their specialty. The Killer Shrimp over rice…
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