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Preventing Child 2 Child Sexual Trauma

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Lots of people experience sexual abuse in childhood at the hands of another child, who is older, more knowledgeable, or more developmentally advanced.

This trauma is confusing, shame-triggering and as damaging as the trauma done at the hands of an adult.

Here are three things you can do as a parent to reduce your child's chances of experiencing this type of abuse.

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