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NO SECRETS Even convicted abusers have admitted being surprised by how easy it was to get a child to keep their abuse a secret. Secrecy is, obviously, essential for the abuser to victimize. Many abusers will groom children by testing them to keep small secrets (“don’t tell mom I gave you this”) and then take it further. By […]

NO SECRETS

Even convicted abusers have admitted being surprised by how easy it was to get a child to keep their abuse a secret. Secrecy is, obviously, essential for the abuser to victimize.

Many abusers will groom children by testing them to keep small secrets (“don’t tell mom I gave you this”) and then take it further. By teaching your children at an early age that secrets from mommy/daddy are not allowed, you are reducing the risk for this ploy to work on your child.

A surprise is one thing – because the end result will be the person finding out. A secret is not allowed. Lead by example and make sure the child and your friends/family know that secrets are not allowed – even if it’s just about sneaking some cookies before dinner.

 

Sections on this page have been adapted from TheMamaBearEffect 

 

Posted in ages-3-to-5.

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