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by Jan Wagner

  • ISBN: 0964184206
  • Category: Relationships
  • Author: Jan Wagner
  • Subcategory: Family Relationships
  • Other formats: lrf doc txt mbr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Yello Dino (1994)
  • Pages: 212 pages
  • FB2 size: 1348 kb
  • EPUB size: 1751 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 323
Download Not my child!: 30 simple ways to help prevent your child from becoming lost, missing, abducted, or abused fb2

Jan Wagner, Founder of The Yello Dyno Child Safety Program, has done an. .She explains everything from educating your children in a non-fearful and non-threatening way, to giving them ways to escape difficult situations.

Jan Wagner, Founder of The Yello Dyno Child Safety Program, has done an outstanding job of organizing and planning safety procedures and checklists for parents and children. A frightening thought is turned into a useful and easy-to-read safety tip. Parents shouldn't be afraid to discuss safety with their children.

Thirty Simple Ways to Help Prevent Your Child from Becoming Lost, Missing, Abducted, or Abused.

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The chances of your children being abducted by child traffickers are therefore small, provided you’re a.

The chances of your children being abducted by child traffickers are therefore small, provided you’re a good parent. Trying to escape the foster homes, the girls-ages 12 to 14, generally-fall for men who promise to be Daddy and Prince Charming, promise to love them forever and protect them from any more misery. You can give your children the usual lectures about stranger danger (although children are usually abused by their own family and family friends, not strangers). You can keep an eye on their online adventures

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Help your child learn to identify and label feelings. Prevent him from witnessing violence and instead, focus on exposing him to books, games, and shows that model healthy conflict resolution skills. Begin teaching your child basic feeling words such as mad, sad, happy, and scared. Label your child's feelings for him by saying, "It looks like you feel really angry right no. Over time, he'll learn to label his emotions himself. As your child develops a better understanding of his emotions and how to describe them, teach him more sophisticated words such as frustrated, disappointed, worried, and lonely. How to Teach Kids About Feelings. Was this page helpful?

This week saw the 30th International Missing Children's Day, at a time when international abductions from England . Even when the abductor is a parent, nearly a quarter of the abducted children are abused in some way that causes long-term trauma

This week saw the 30th International Missing Children's Day, at a time when international abductions from England are growing in number annually – more than 700 children were taken in 2013. The majority of children taken abroad will never be returned home, and when they are, the process often takes years. Even when the abductor is a parent, nearly a quarter of the abducted children are abused in some way that causes long-term trauma.

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