Our Sincerest Apologies!

Hi All,

Leslie’s team here! We would like to apologize for the email notification sent out in error earlier regarding a new blog post. We inadvertently sent out an internal update. Please disregard the email and accept our sincerest apologies for the confusion. We have not been hacked so no worries!
Warmest regards,
Leslie’s Team

1 Comment

  1. Jennifer on October 23, 2018 at 11:16 am

    If this is referring to the blog entitled, “Five things you can do to help someone that has been abused,” I wanted to tell you that I really liked it! I was planning on posting it on social media. I hope it will be published soon.

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