Know today's signals for sexual abuse. Educate yourself, your family, and those around you of how to identify suspect behavior, how to effectively intervene, the proper way to help a victim after a molest has occurred. Latest research data awareness, along with community know-how can protect the innocent from the evils of unwanted sexual contact, or worse. Actual, convicted sexual offenders contributed to this publication for accuracy.
Gain tips on how to screen daycares, schools, babysitters for possible "red flags". Learn where sexual deviants lurk in public facilities. Effectively stop online predators, along with discretely monitoring your child's online activities. To safeguard from illegal behaviors of sexual predators, listen to 8 Ways To Protect Children From Sexual Offenders.
Preventing the sexual abuse of children is obviously an extremely important topic. So why Audible chose to produce and offer such a strange and unrefined book on it is hard to understand.
On the pro side, the book is concise, and the information seems solid (at least I hope it is).
But on the con side, the book is so concise, it's becomes confusing. Many things are stated but never explained or justified. For example, the author states parents should choose their child's online password, but never says precisely why. The author now and again abandons the use full sentences, which is jarring and strange. He uses "molest" as a noun (instead of molestation), which simply sounds bizarre. He recites a long poem at the end of the book, which left me thinking he could have better used that time to explain the assertions he makes.
That said, since this book is short and not expensive, you might give it a read until something better comes along.
Protecting kids from molestation is obviously an extremely important topic to every parent in the world. So I sincerely hope Audible will consider producing and offering some better books on the subject. I have not found any on the website to date. If anyone has any recommendations, I'd be happy to hear about them.
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This contains very important information for everyone... not just parents, teachers, counselors, etc. We are all around children and are responsible, as a whole society, for the well-being of our next generation.