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7. Value mentoring. Honor other women by seeking their wisdom and support. Advocate for other women by offering encouragement, affirmation, and inclusion.

Jen Oyama Murphy is a former small-group director and support and recovery ministry director. She loves working as a lay counselor and bringing care into stories of shame and harm. Jen writes regularly for WomenLeaders.com.

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