Stop Child Abuse | The Pain Lasts A Life Time

The Logical Indian

November 15th, 2014

The Pain Lasts A Life Time. Help Stop Child Abuse Before It Begins.

Once as children we learnt, and then as parents some of us taught  our children –
how to cross the road, not to play with fire, not to talk to strangers.
Today we need to learn and teach our children -in a way they can  understand – about child sexual abuse.

If you think your child has been abused or a child comes to you and expresses his/her trouble-
1.Believe the child; children rarely lie about sexual abuse.
2.Commend the child for speaking up.
3.Assure the child that you will protect him or her.

Check Out the full campaign by The Logical Indian at:
Remember, we are either parents or parents-to-be!

Courtesy: The Center For The Protection Of Children’s Rights Foundation

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