Guest post by Nicole Braddock Bromley I am overwhelmed and pained by the stories around us of coaches and teachers grooming players and students for sexual abuse. This scenario is every parent’s nightmare and terribly devastating when it happens under the leadership of someone you trusted as a coach and/or school professional. 90% of the […]
Parenting Tips from the Wife of a Child Safety Professional
Child Safety Parenting Tips–guest post by Kristin Peters No matter where you live or what you do for a living, parenting is hard. Full stop. It’s a lot of other things, too—joyful, fun, refreshing, rewarding, exciting—but “hard” is right up there. Within the first few years of parenting, you learn how little you know and […]
What’s driving child on child sexual abuse?
Child on child sexual abuse is on the rise. When I heard the above fact announced more than once at last year’s Darkness to Light Envision conference, I was concerned. Because growing up, I experienced sexual abuse at the hands of an older, more powerful child. It’s an uncomfortable idea to consider, one child sexually […]
Pornography and kids—what your child is learning
You may not believe pornography is a child safety issue, but as a child safety educator (to kids and adults) who’s done her homework, I’m here to disagree. In my opinion, Two topics are of particular concern right now regarding today’s kids: sextortion and pornography To read about the current sextortion scheme that’s making the […]
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