What New Year’s Resolution Is Worth Keeping?

I know, I know. You are tired of hearing about sexual abuse. In fact, you just don’t want to think about it so it seems like it doesn’t exist. I hate to be the bearer of all bad news, but I know that child sexual abuse exists and is happening at a frightening rate. You know something else? If you are reading this, I also know that you are a good person like me and that you don’t want to see or hear about one more child that is being or was harmed. In order to prevent child sexual abuse in the year of 2015, we need to get BOLD… Continue Reading

Why Discuss Child Sexual Abuse in 2015?

  I completely understand that discussing child sexual abuse can make some people uncomfortable. However, we must first get uncomfortable in order to get comfortable with this topic. If not, the darkness will continue to take over. Let’s STEP UP to prevent child sexual abuse. I believe it’s time…don’t you? Please watch and share. Jennifer Hillman is a mother of two, licensed speech-language pathologist, producer of the award-winning educational DVD, “The Five B’s”, and an active advocate and speaker for sexual abuse prevention education in the home, churches and in schools.

The Importance of Teaching the B, Bust Secrets

After your children have a better understanding about their Body Parts, setting Boundaries, and how to Be Brave: Yell and Tell, then we move onto our next B, which is Bust Secrets. Because predators use highly manipulative behavior in order to keep a child quiet, which includes secrets, then we must teach our children that nobody is allowed to tell us secrets and we aren’t allowed to tell secrets either. We must first be very specific and explain to the child that a secret is when someone tells us something and then asks us not to tell anyone, ever (they may say, “This is our little secret”). One way to… Continue Reading

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Bailey Bee Believes
"This informative DVD empowers our children and teaches valuable life lessons; Bailey Bee makes it fun.

Jennifer’s goal to raise awareness of sexual abuse for families with small children is right on target."

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