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Protecting our Tweens and Teens
As our children grow they begin spending more time away from us. This is a normal and healthy part of growing up. So how does a parent protect their child but still encourage normal growth and independence during these tween years? The thought of someone potentially abusing our children is horrible. Especially when the statistics show that most abuse (over 90%) against children occurs by someone known and trusted by the family. As parents, we want our children to be safe. It is a struggle to balance safety while nurturing and adapting to their growing independence.
(Source Savvy Parents Safe Kids by Kim Estes)
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Teen dating safety plan
The impact of pornography on youth
Am I in a Healthy Relationship? QUIZ
Online Tips for Teens
Conversation starters for parents and teens
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What is Dating?
Healthy Sexual Development
Protecting our Tweens
Safety Plan for College Students
Texting and Sexting
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