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No Secrets

January 26, 2013
Ian Eastman , The Times Observer

I recently organized a child abuse prevention training for youth workers and Sunday School teachers I know. We had a knowledgeable presenter who fostered some lively discussion with the eighteen of us present. I found it interesting how much the approach to talking to kids about safety has changed since I was a kid in the 1970s. People of my generation had always been warned "don't talk to strangers" when children are much more likely to be abused by a family member or someone known by the family.

 
 

 

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