What do paedophiles look for in vulnerable children?
Is it luck -or unluck- of the draw, or are there processes at work? If the latter, parents may be able to wise up and better protect their children...
I don't get paid for this article so I don't feel bad about shariing it with you. It is not luck.
http://jtwalters.hubpages.com/hub/Chara … -Offenders
I would say a lack of supervision. Well supervised children are hard to abuse. A neediness too, maybe.
have a good relationship/communication/warmth with your children ... make sure they know they can tell you everything no matter what it is.
I pray they look for getting arrested and locked up in jail for a lifetime.
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