First let us clear up misconceptions I have heard from people regarding how to identify a child predator:
Myth: “You’ll know because the hair will stand up on the back of your neck when you see or hear them.”
Truth: Most predators are someone the you know; and most often, someone you trust.
Myth: “They give off vibes; you’ll know!”
Truth: Most predators are someone you know; and most often, someone you trust.
Myth: “I’ve taught my kids about ‘Stranger Danger,’ we are prepared.”
Truth: Most predators are someone the child knows; and most often, someone the child trusts.
Myth: “I know my child and I know my child would tell me if anyone tried to do something to them.”
Truth: Estimates suggest that only 3% of all cases of child sexual abuse (Finkelhor &…
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