Top 10 Posts of 2016: #3 5 Phrases That Can Help Protect Your Child From Sexual Abuse

by ParentCo. December 30, 2016

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5 Phrases That Can Help Protect Your Child From Sexual Abuse

by Lucy Aitkenread

Over the last few years I have worked with an incredible sexual abuse prevention team.

They provide training for schools, community centers, and governmental organizations, help families out of tragic situations, and provide counseling to victims. The work they do both turns your stomach to lead and lights a fire in your heart – it is unspeakable tragedy but there IS hope.

They have opened my eyes to how every single person in the world can either add to a culture of child sexual abuse, or dismantle it. Our very words can help prevent children from abuse.

Here are a few phrases I’ve learned from them:

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