Stand to Protect Today
You can’t outwardly “see” a sexual abuser, and neither can your child. Yet there are signs in the typical behaviors of abusers. You can become wiser, prevent risk through mindful supervision and stand to protect children.
Why Should You Care?
Abusers are most often known and sometimes even trusted by the child or family, making it difficult to see the abusive situation. Don’t let their behavior get past you.
When you learn in the news that a child was sexually abused, you may feel sad and helpless. You may fear for your own child’s safety, or dangerously believe your child is safer than others.
In reality, every child is at risk, which is why each and every adult must learn to protect.
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