If you want to protect your kids from sexual predators, then talk openly about childhood sexual abuse with every adult who has access and possible privacy with your child. Send a clear message that you are watching and know the signs and are empowering your children to do the same.
Discover how to support a child who has experienced sexual abuse with this overview guide. Learn essential steps, from providing empathy and encouragement to seeking professional help, ensuring their path to recovery is filled with love and support.
Learn the five crucial things you can teach your children to protect them from predators, including body ownership, body safety rules, anatomically correct names for genitalia, self-defense planning, and education about grooming and threats, in this informative and essential video.
As parents, we want to protect our children from harm, but threats of violence may not be the best way to do so. Instead, we can be a refuge and a barrier for our children, offering comfort and support in times of need.