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Comment by Prince Godwin Korieocha on August 31, 2009 at 9:16pm
hi Christine Crowstaff,
you are one in the millions of women in the world that is work for humanity. may God bless you and guide. with you we can make a change for children,youth, and women.

have a nice day
prince godwin
Comment by LLD on June 29, 2009 at 4:16pm
Women are more emotional(emotional intelligence is necessary for making sound decisions as research has noted-i.e. Daniel Goleman), better problem solvers in many areas if given the chance to develop their skills, can have more empathy since we all have many diverse experiences and remember details of the experiences a bit better than our male peers. Great video. It gets me thinking of the songs, "She's not just a pretty face" by Shania Twain, Kat Edmonson- "Be The Change", "1000 Beautiful Things" - Annie Lennox, Alicia Keys - "SuperWoman", Aretha Franklin & Annie Lennox - "Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves", Avril Lavigne - "Keep Holding On" and more...I am always relating to music lately...
Emotional intelligence gives us ...
Awareness, Empathy, Regulation, Motivation, and Social Skills all essential to help create change.

Just a view from someone always thinking,
Comment by Angelina M. Twinomujuni on June 29, 2009 at 10:52am
Great idea Christine,

Comment by Helen Porter, PhD on June 12, 2009 at 12:13am
Wonderful video. Visionary idea. Well done!!!
Comment by Christine Crowstaff on January 4, 2009 at 1:07am
I hope you enjoy this video. Jane Young who is a c-founder created it selecting from over 250 different images of womens faces
The music is by Joyaa - a member of the Women for a Change Community

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