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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

How to Prevent Your Child from Becoming a Pedophile's Victim

As parents, our job is to love, nurture, and protect our children. We sometimes move into "safe" neighborhoods, warn our kids not to speak to strangers, and go about our lives, feeling that we have adequately prepared our children to look for and know how to respond to danger. But what we may not realize is that after a while, strangers become neighbors and neighbors become what children consider to be – friends.

If a neighbor asks your child to help him look for his lost puppy, your helpful and compassionate child might want to help, even if she feels the hair standing up on the back of her neck. And THAT is what I want you to talk to your children about – recognizing their own body's responses to outside stimuli. If your children want to accommodate your neighbor but get a funny feeling, I hope they have been told to pay attention to the way their body responds to fear. 

Read more about how to protect your child HERE.

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