Sorry lots going on...but here we are back at it again. The topic tonight is still educating our children! This is such a topic for me. Please please please educate your children...don't wait till its to late. Kids need to know that it's ok to talk to their parents especially about their bodies, their feelings, and what they are going through. Keep that channel open with your kids no matter what. It is vital for them to survive their childhood. It is our jobs as parents, educators, facilitators, aunts, unlces, grandparents, EVERYONE to help educate our chiildren, takes a village to raise one---remember.
Please EDUCATE yours now!
Step 4: Stay Alert
Don't Expect Obvious Signs When a Child is Being Sexually Abused. Signs Are
Often There But You've Got to Spot Them.
"Is my son's withdrawal due to preteen angst or is he
being sexually abused?"
Learn the Signs
If you find physical signs that you suspect are sexual abuse, have the child
physically examined immediately by a professional who specializes in child
A children's advocacy center can guide you. To find a center near you,
contact the National Children's Alliance at www.nca-online.org or call 1-800-239-9950. The opportunity
to convict a child molester may depend on evidence from an