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  1. Sexual Abuse can’t happen to your child if you are a diligent, loving parent.
    If You Answered True your child is at risk: Being a loving and diligent parent is a great first step in protecting your child, but unless you are educated about sexual abuse and how predators manipulate and silence children, you cannot fully protect your child. 
     
  2. If you are educated about sexual abuse you will be able to protect your child.
    If You Answered True your child is at risk: Even if you are an educated parent who understands what sexual abuse is and how predators manipulate and silence children, your children may still be at risk. REMEMBER: Sexual Abuse DOESN”T happen when a trusting parent is around -- therefore, in order to protect your children you must educate them and empower them with an effective a safety plan. 
     
  3. The people who abuse children are always dirty, old men.
    If You Answered True your child is at risk: Many people think only “dirty old men” sexually abuse children.  But the truth is children are sexually abused by men and women, adults, teens, and even other kids.
     
  4. You can tell a child abuser by the way he looks or acts.
    If You Answered True your child is at risk: You might think that you can tell a child abuser by the way they look or act. The truth is, the people who abuse children look and act just like those who live or work around them. The only difference is, when they are alone with children, they get children to participate in sexual activity.
     
  5. Sexual Abuse of child is on the decline.
    If You Answered True your child is at risk: In 1998, Juvenile Justice Statistics reported over 315,400 SUBSTANTIATED cases of sexual abuse and experts agree that over 50% of all cases either go unreported or remain unsubstantiated. That means that there may be as many as 630,000 cases of sexual abuse a year.  That equates to a child being sexually victimized EVERY MINUTE
     
  6. You have a good relationship with your child, so you can feel confident that your child will tell you, right away if anything happens.
    If You Answered True your child is at risk: Most children cannot or do not tell, even if they have good relationships with their parents. Therefore, it is critical that parents talk to their children, openly, honestly and often so children understand that Sexual Abuse is an acceptable topic to discuss.

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