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Glasgow teens taught to spot signs of unhealthy relationships | Clyde One News (Planet Radio)

“Glasgow Women’s Aid have set up a helpline and campaign called ‘Enough!’ to teach young girls how spot the signs gaslighting and coercive control.” “Teenage girls as young as 13 in Glasgow could be in controlling and manipulative relationships.” “It has prompted Glasgow Women’s Aid to set up a helpline and campaign called ‘Enough!’ to…

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Glasgow Women’s Aid launches new support service aimed at teenage girls at risk of relationship abuse | Glasgow Live

“The Enough!! project will help teenagers recognise abusive behaviour and dating ‘red flags’, with a school outreach programme and a dedicated phone line launching in Glasgow this year.” “A new support service which helps teenagers learn about healthy relationships has been launched by Glasgow Women’s Aid.” “The Enough!! project provides information and support for young people aged 13-19…

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Glasgow Women’s Aid Enough!! project launched | Herald Scotland

“NURSERY children are to be given lessons in healthy relationships and gender equality under plans by a Scots charity. Glasgow Women’s Aid said it hoped to include the under-fives in a new project, mainly aimed at helping teenage girls recognise abusive relationship “red flags”. As part of the scheme, outreach workers will go into schools…

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