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4 Signs of a Toxic Relationship

Personal relationships can be complex and complicated. People disagree, they even fight. But, there are ways to fight fair. Some people have hang-ups, though, that destroy relationships. Your partner may be the one spilling the toxicity, or it might be you. Here are four signs of a toxic relationship, things to look for in yourself … Continued


“Not Now!”

She sat in her dorm room alone, her heart beating a million miles an hour. She kept thinking, “Please be negative, please be negative, please, please!” When she finally had the courage to look, there was no denying the result: PREGNANT! “What am I going to do?” thought the young woman. “I’m a freshman in … Continued


How Can I Financially Afford a Baby?

“Finances are a big concern.” “I don’t have insurance.”  “I can’t afford a baby.” These are some of the statements we hear from women who come to True Care. Finances play a big role in the decision between continuing a pregnancy or having an abortion. Did you know there’s various types of help available for … Continued


Is Your Partner a Gaslighter?

There’s lighting up cigarettes. There’s gas that lights our furnaces. Then there are gaslighters, and they aren’t the people who smoke cigarettes or those who light the furnace pilots. So then, what is a gaslighter? Gaslighting – A Form of Abuse A gaslighter is a person who psychologically abuses another, using statements such as “You’re … Continued


Will Having An Abortion Now Hurt My Chances to Have Children in the Future?

A medical procedure can have unpleasant effects on a person. Abortion is a medical procedure, and therefore, can impact a woman’s health, including future pregnancies. Abortion Complications Complications can arise from an induced abortion, such as infection and damage to the uterus; these are primary causes of fertility risk to women who might desire to … Continued


School and Campus Safety: An Individual and A Community Issue

Casper public school classes started earlier this month, and Casper College and the University of Wyoming began the fall semester in August. Every autumn, there’s often an uptick in bullying, domestic and other types of violence, and sexual assault cases on campuses across the nation. September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month, a time to remind everyone … Continued


Celebrate Your Female Friends!

Do you have gal-pals? A bestie or two? Do you know female friendships are vital for most woman? “From what I’ve experienced, when my friends and I are there for one another, the whole world feels a lot kinder and way more hopeful. There’s a glow that lights even the bleakest moments,” writes Susan Skog … Continued


Suicide Prevention – Help Yourself, Help Others

The fall season is upon us. Leaves are changing, the temperature is cooling, and school is starting. Some people love autumn and can’t wait for pumpkin spice-flavored everything and colorful aspen and maple leaves. Other people, however, dread this time of year and find themselves depressed; some may even have suicidal thoughts. Your Mental Health … Continued


4 Things to Know When Experiencing An Unplanned Pregnancy

An unplanned pregnancy is a crossroads of change in a woman’s life. That “fork in the road” requires her to make a decision that affects her future. Below are four things you need to know if you’re a experiencing an unplanned pregnancy: Is the pregnancy viable?  Getting a positive result on a home pregnancy test only … Continued


Wellness Wisdom for Women

As August and the summer of 2018 wind down, college and public school classes begin, and we prepare for another month and a new season, one question we can ask ourselves is: how well are we? Our health is important. We women serve many roles: daughters, sisters, mothers, friends, employees, maybe employers, students, wives/girlfriends. We … Continued


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