If you have ANY connections in Liverpool that you feel may be able to support our arrival in the city, please email Jane direct on email@example.com we will invite them to our launch in May. This includes potential Big Sisters; companies that would be interested in supporting our work; schools; FE Institutions; public sector funders; trusts and legacy funding organisations, women only networks and any movers and shakers who should know of our work.
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Why oh why do so many successful, financially independent and beautiful women accept cheating, lying men back into their lives, even when it means public humiliation and loss of credibility? Demi Moore, Cheryl Cole, Rihanna, Colleen Rooney, Tania Ramsay to name a few. Sometimes I can see the attraction to the bad boy and the […]Read more
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