Want to stop that nasty habit of defacing photos of your ex-boyfriend or simply take control of the Myspace addiction that has taken over your life? Paint, write, collage or scribble it on a postcard, send it to Melbourne's Queen Victoria Women's Centre (QVWC]) before 1 March 2007 and contribute to the anonymous Note to Herself exhibition as part of International Women's Day. Based on the popular PostSecret concept, Note To Herself allows you to express the area of your life you want to take control over and feel the therapeutic benefits of getting it off your chest. And as it's anonymous, no one needs to know it is you who wants to rein in the uncontrollable urge to dance to anything by Lionel Ritchie. Gulp! Go to the QVWC website for entry details.
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