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How to prevent child abuse

Age four is the average age that children are first approached by perpetrators. Most perpetrators are family members or close friends. These perpetrators are not found on the America‚Äôs Most Wanted website. The good news is with a little education you can train your children to resist unwanted touch. Perpetrators are typically intimidated by educated […]

Last-minute holiday gifts that protect children

Holiday gift for children that protect them.

Child Abuse: How to Prevent Child Abuse

Child Abuse I write constantly about child abuse and child abuse prevention.  I do not know why this is still such a large issue in our culture.  I think some of the problem has to do with silence.   Child abuse is built on silence.  If you as a parent and person in charge of […]

Steps To Prevent Child Abuse

Ways To Prevent Child Abuse

Protecting Your Children from Child Abuse Is Easy

Protecting your children from child abuse is easy Parents have many responsibilities when educating their children about life. One of the most important conversations to have with your child is a conversation about body safety. What is body safety you ask? Body safety is teaching your children that their body is their own and if […]

Child Abuse Prevention

This is a copy of an interview I did for my blog talk radio show with OABI with artist Michal Madison. What are some prevention tips for parents to protect their children from child abuse? Julie, you and I are both huge advocates of teaching Children how to keep themselves safe from sexual abuse – […]

Child Abuse Awareness Month Continued

Help protect children from child abuse.

El enojo esta’ BIEN La Violencia NO

Spanish version of Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT. This book has a dual purpose it teaches toddlers about temper tantrums and anger control. It is also a lifeline to children living in homes where domestic violence is present. This book offers hope and protection to the most vulnerable victimes of the domestic violence circle. […]