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  1. Help for Parents of Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused by Family Members

    ... your child’s fault. Anxiety.  You might be anxious about responding in the “right” way to your child or navigating the other ... will find a way to harm your child again or be concerned about taking care of your family on your own. Sadness.  You may feel ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:15

  2. If Your Child May Be Harming Another Child

    ... to protect children from sexual abuse . Find out more about how to support a survivor with these tips. To speak with ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:14

  3. If You Suspect A Child Is Being Harmed

    ... 2. Talk to the child If you are concerned about abuse, talk to the child. Keep in mind a few guidelines to create a ... you are simply asking questions because you are concerned about them. Be patient . Remember that this conversation may be very ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:13

  4. How Can I Protect My Child From Sexual Assault?

    ... with, including other children and adults. Ask your child about the kids they go to school with, the parents of their friends, and other ... they may encounter, such as teammates or coaches. Talk about these people openly and ask questions so that your child can feel ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:12

  5. What Is a Sex Offender Registry?

    ... your kids and family safe. One of the ways to be proactive about safety is by staying informed of who is living and working in your ... this opportunity to have a conversation with your kids about interacting with strangers and speaking up when something doesn’t feel ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:11

  6. Steps You Can Take to Prevent Sexual Assault

    ... at the party, including the people you are concerned about. Start an activity that is draws other people in, like a game, a ... Talk to a security guard, bartender, or another employee about your concerns. It’s in their best interest to ensure that their patrons ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:08

  7. Meeting Offline

    ... have plans directly following your date. Tell someone about your plans. Let a friend know where you’re going, when you’re ... asks for details that seem too personal, such as questions about your finances or your home address. You’re allowed to be ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:06

  8. Safe Web Browsing

    ... you are looking for help for yourself or someone you care about, there are two important safety elements to consider: privacy and ... of your activity on your computer or device. Learn more about private browsing: Google: Incognito Mode Firefox: Private ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:05

  9. Social Media Safety

    ... or private Wi-Fi networks. Talk to your friends about public posts. Let your friends know where you stand on sharing content ... location or a photo of you. Respect each other’s wishes about deleting posts that may be embarrassing or uncomfortable. Before you post ...

    04/25/2017 - 11:01

  10. Alcohol Safety

    ... something is making you uncomfortable or if you are worried about their safety. Have a backup plan. Sometimes plans change quickly. ... while doing their jobs. Given this context, is what you’re about to do a good idea? Will you be comfortable with your decision the next ...

    04/25/2017 - 10:59