Category: Sexual Abuse

My Body is a Gift Discussions: Pages 24-27

These pages are a key part of this book.  All children are exposed to things.  Many children have things happen to them.  Most children don’t talk to their parents.  Why?  They feel fear, shame, and have no idea how the conversation is going to go.

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My Body is a Gift Discussions: Pages 20-23

The one area of sexual abuse that is not covered by this book is parent on child abuse.  While this could be considered a flaw, the purpose of this book is to develop a pattern of healthy conversations between parents and children around sexuality.

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My Body is a Gift Discussions: Page 17

Just as the initial pages of this book about body appreciation and body care are the foundation for healthy sexuality, this page teaches the foundational principle around prevention of sexual coercion.

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I Thought Kindergarten Was Safe…

I’m including this school abuse incident with permission, as there are valuable insights for parents, whether or not their child has experienced this type of situation.

A mom, who attended one of my presentations and who has been reading my book with her children, wrote me (we’ll call her Amy).  She asked her oldest, a kindergartner, about school and her little girl (we’ll call her Bonnie) said a boy in class

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