1. Understand the problem
Few parents have a true realization of the problem. Years of media myths and bad information from advocate organizations has ensured a lack of real understanding. Parents need to be willing to address the subject with an open mind, and learn more about how molestation really occurs in order to protect their children.
2. Don’t assume you’re already Ok
Surveys show the vast majority of parents think their children are protected. However, when the same parents are given knowledge tests on the subject, none score high enough to provide any sort of protection. Most parents still make common mistakes that actually help molesters out. Parents are getting no respect from pedophiles, who brag about how clueless parents are to stop their deeds. Let’s change that. Don’t make the mistake of assuming your child is already OK or would tell you if something happened, because chances are that isn’t the case.
3. Address all aspects
Your children are not protected simply because you talk about their private parts, or even good or bad touches. There are multiple concepts that go into effective prevention, and all need to be addressed in order to protect your child. Our programs address all subjects, such as conditioning, good and bad touches, basic prevention rules, body awareness, people perceptions, and vulnerability issues.