I came across an interesting blog the other day. As a volunteer for an agency that works with survivors of sexual assault, we have, on occasion, had the unfortunate responsibility to work with children. This is not to make it sound as though we don't want to, we just really wish we didn't have to. As a result of my work and constant research in order to ensure that I am the best advocate that I can be, I have developed a certain idea of how to raise children in a way that protects their ability to protect themselves. I saw this post on FB (During one of my allotted 30 minute FB windows, you can read about my addiction to FB here.) and thought that it was a wonderful representation of my personal parenting philosophy. Instead of trying to replicate her ideas, you can read about what she is doing to keep her children safe here.
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