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Product Information Friendships, Feelings & Futures: Relating to Myself and Others

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Friendships, Feelings and Futures: Relating to Myself and Others is a sexuality education training guide made up of 16 modules. The training program is for people, including those with a disability, who want and need to know more about building health relationships, positive self esteem, who want to know about their bodies and how to keep safe.

The goals of the program:

To ensure that learners are provided with accurate information about human sexuality that will help them develop a strong sense of what it means to be male or female;

To increase self-esteem, identify and respond positively to their own feelings, and assume responsibility for thinking about their own futures as social and sexual beings;

To help learners to understand different types of personal interactions and relationships, the types of relationships they have or want to have, how social boundaries affect relationships; and how to be responsible in their relationships;

To help learners to communicate effectively, to make decisions and to be assertive so that they may have satisfying relationships; and

To help learners to recognize when other people are "using" or hurting them, and to learn ways to keep themselves safe from being used, abused or otherwise harmed.
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