The Five B’s Brock Turner Should Have Been Taught…

In a Stanford land, not to far from here, There was a frat party with young kids, music and beer. A young man, Brock Turner, made the ultimate choice, And it was he that chose to try and silence a voice. Little did he know, the survivor he got ahold, Was more than a cardigan, was more than the standard mold. She was brave and courageous, the bravest of them all, She chose to stand and to dare not fall. But, then we read the letter – the letter from his dad, And we all began to realize just how the privileged swimmer got to be bad. There is a saying,… Continue Reading

Homeschoolers – 5 Reasons To Adore Them

  **Please watch video for the winner from the Great Homeschool Convention!** This past weekend I had an amazing opportunity as a speaker and exhibitor at the Great Homeschool Convention in Ft. Worth, Texas. I will freely admit that I didn’t know what to expect when I walked through those doors, and I didn’t know if anyone would be ready to hear what I had to say about preventing child sexual abuse. I was just hoping that one person would come by our booth and that one person would show up for my speaking engagement. Well, after the weekend was wrapped up, let’s just say that I was overwhelmed and… Continue Reading

Sleepovers – 9 Steps Parents Must Take

  Sleepovers or no sleepovers – that is the question! Here are 9 steps if we choose to allow them: 1. Educate ourselves about child sexual abuse and what that looks like. For example, one out of ten children will be sexually abused by 18 years of age and 90% of the children who are abused are abused by someone they know. 2. Educate our children about “The Five B’s”: • Body Parts: children must be able to verbally use the correct anatomical names for Body Parts (yes, this includes vagina and penis) • Boundaries: children must be able to understand their physical Boundaries and that no one is allowed… Continue Reading

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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"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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