Big red flags? We all pay attention to red. Red means STOP. Red means DANGER. A red flag is a warning sign.
When it comes to sexual abuse, there are 3 big red flags which kids should learn to watch for. These are tactics abusers use to convince a child to break body safety rules. If someone is using these tactics on a child, it is a sign the child needs to get help from a trusted adult.… Read More Do you know where the latest digital dangers are lurking? Make no mistake about it: the porn industry and predators want your kids. National security depends upon good intelligence – knowing who the enemies are and where they will strike. Your family security needs it too!
It’s time to be prepared, not scared. Armed with current intel on the current ways pornography and predators target children, you’ll be ready to protect your kids in 2019.… Read More Little league baseball, rep hockey, competitive swimming, after-school tennis lessons, karate classes . . . so many sports for our kids to choose from! Whatever activity your child chooses, the benefits of participating in youth sports are almost endless: they can improve outcomes in all areas including physical, social, psychological, academic and health. In well-structured sports, children receive opportunities to set and meet personal goals, develop lasting friendships and enhance problem-solving skills.… Read More Is your child being groomed right in front of you? The #MeToo social media tsunami has revealed the mind-blowing scope of sexual exploitation. I’ve been shocked to discover just how many of my friends have suffered the trauma of sexual harassment and even rape.
To prevent your own children from becoming a #MeToo statistic, it’s important to learn how predators operate.… Read More People naturally want to see evidence of damage done from an accident or a crime. Whether it’s the smashed front end of a car from a wreck, or a bruised eye after an argument, we want to see the wound, the stitches, the blood. We want proof. We are socialized to believe that we have to see an injury to know it happened.
Herein lies the problem with proving sexual assault.… Read More