Sisterhood Agenda


Dating in Your 50’s and 60’s

Sisterhood Agenda Dating In Your 50's and 60's

Dating in your 50’s and 60’s can be interesting, fun, and challenging.


As we enter our 50’s and 60’s, the majority of people around us are happily married with kids, or even grandkids. But what if you find yourself single at this stage of life?


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Dating in Your 20’s and 30’s

Dating in your 20's and 30's Sisterhood Agenda

Dating in your 20’s and 30’s can be just as difficult as dating at any other age.

Dating is an essential need in life.

Dating in your 20’s and 30’s can shape your life. Women at this age are usually looking for meaningful relationships and fulfilling connections,


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4 Ways to Empower Young Girls

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There are many ways to empower young girls.  At Sisterhood Agenda, we know that your intentions are important.

Being a strong and independent woman is crucial to survive in this male-dominated world.  If we want to empower women, we need to start with the girls!

In our society,


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How to Support Youth Mental Health

How to Support Youth Mental Health

How do we support youth mental health as a parent, employer, friend, or mentor?

The need for youth mental health

Mental health is essential for everyone to function, and teenagers and pre-teens are no exception.

A young person needs good mental health to maintain relationships, adapt to the changes around them and handle the challenges in life.


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Preventing Youth Suicide

Sisterhood Agenda Preventing Youth Suicide

Youth suicide is at an all-time high.

The number of suicides among the youth has increased rapidly over the past few decades, and 18 young people commit suicide every day in the U.S. alone.

Youth suicide can be attributed to increased stress from school, lack of jobs,


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The Importance of Sisterhood

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The importance of sisterhood should never be underestimated.  Here is why we need it NOW.


Having a sisterhood means you have a strong mutual understanding and sense of empathy with your fellow women.

Your sisterhood can be your friends, siblings, or co-workers, and it is based on the realization that women are stronger when they stand together.


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