Do you suspect a child you know is being abused? What can you do to help?
I feel that as adults we have to speak up for these innocent children and take a stance. We need to make sure that if we suspect abuse, we investigate it and put the child in a safer place. We owe it to our children to protect them.
I don't know about this type of cases, but the best thing ti do is to call the authorities
by days leaper 8 years ago
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by annb106 8 years ago
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by Audrey Selig 5 years ago
What can you do when your daughter tells you her best friend is being abused by her boyfriend?The friend is age 15 and doesn't want anyone to know.
by Deborah-Lynn 9 years ago
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by hair bender 6 years ago
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by florence123 6 years ago
Do you feel that education plays a big role in the prevention of child abuse.Do you feel that providing children with knowledge of their rights over their bodies can help prevent child abuse.
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