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Good Touch and Bad Touch For Children


You wonder how do I educate the difference between good and bad touch to children? It is a difficult job but, at the same time, imperative for the safety of children. None other than you and teachers are the ones who care for your children than anyone. You have to take the initiative so that your children get a clue when someone touches them inappropriately.

1. No one can touch your private parts. You are the boss of your body.

2. Children should be allowed to say no if they do not like someone who intentionally tries to touch. It doesn't matter even if they are their closest relatives.

3. Explain to your kids about different kinds of touches.

4. Good touches demonstrate caring. The bad one hurts your body or feelings.

5. When someone pats you on the back or hugs you, it is good. It shows Sympathy or love and affection.

6. When someone pinches you or intentionally touches you, it is a bad touch.

7. Understanding the good and bad touch is not enough. Your children need to understand the verbal, abusive language to defend themselves.

8. Parents should have a clear-cut conversation with children about the differences between appropriate and inappropriate.

9. Have the courage to talk to children about sexual development. Although, it is difficult with the very young ones.

10. Instruct your children whenever they step out of home, they should cover and protect their private body parts.

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