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A Difficult Topic CAN be dealt with…

piechartPrevention of child sexual abuse is an adult responsibility, and we know this topic can be hard to navigate.

That’s why Bailey Bee is a great resource for parents and their children. This AWARD-WINNING, educational program that teaches children body safety, along with every adult being educated, can help prevent abuse from happening.

Watching the Bailey Bee DVD with our child and educating ourselves is the best place to start.



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"This informative DVD empowers our children and teaches valuable life lessons; Bailey Bee makes it fun.

Jennifer’s goal to raise awareness of sexual abuse for families with small children is right on target."


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Teaching Children ‘The Five B’s’ to Prevent Sexual Abuse

Teaching Children ‘The Five B’s’ to Prevent Sexual Abuse

I’m hoping my previous blogs have made you more aware of the dangers of child sexual abuse and provided you with a high level of education to better prepare you to begin taking the necessary steps to educate and train your children and any children in your care to protect themselves against sexual abuse. In no way are we condoning that you can educate and train your children and no longer be an active participant in determining what is best for your child. We are saying that preventing child sexual abuse requires sharing knowledge (even if at first it makes us uncomfortable) with children. Preventing sexual abuse is an adult… Continue Reading

Your POA if a Child Discloses Abuse

Your POA if a Child Discloses Abuse

I have addressed the need to deal with denial and to listen to your mama instincts, and described a profile of a sexual predator/pedophile and what grooming looks like, and described some of the signs (red flags) that a child has been sexually abused. Now we must talk about what to do if a child discloses to you they are being or have been sexually abused. If that happens, the emotional weight will be so overwhelming that it’s best to have a plan of action (POA) so that you can take immediate steps to protect the child. The first thing to note is that some children will gradually tell you,… Continue Reading