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Always #LikeAGirl Returns To Fight The Fear Of Failure

A brand survey found that 50% of girls feel paralyzed by fear of failure during puberty. What: A new ad in the award-winning #LikeAGirl campaign that focuses on young girls’ self-confidence and fear of failure. Read Full Story
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