The story of my past experiences with domestic violence and how I have moved forward throughout the years to provide advocacy to others.
I have ran across this article about an author’s book to help educating children to be safe. What do you think?Friend Manual: A Voice for Children
Do you believe that this is an effective way to communicate to your children how to be safe? Is it too much information, too little, or just right?
Would you include more?
Would you create a law that requires more education to be done with our children, and at what age would you make that law for? At birth on up? 1 and up? 2 and up? 3 and up? 4 and up? 5 and up? etc.
Do you know at what ages your children are taught about safety in your schools?
What age have you taught your children how to be safe and/or what to do when danger is present?
Would love your insights, opinions, and more. )
To all those struggling… may we find justice! It’s an attitude thing… to not give up in the progress of obtaining laws across the U.S. that are focused upon protection of all domestic violence victims and survivors.
Have a great day!!