This is a guest post written by Kimberly King, an award-winning author, teacher, and authority on the subject of sexual abuse prevention.
As parents, we all want to keep our kids safe from harm. We teach our kids to wash their hands, cover their mouths, buckle up the seat belts, and always wear a helmet when riding a bike.
Sexual abuse prevention is a bit more complicated than that. … Read More Read more
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 Read more