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Jean Brunson  // Posts published by Jean Brunson

Three Steps to Teaching Preschool Children the Difference Between Safe and Unsafe Touch

  Little children trust easily, too easily. They learn to hug their grandparents when they leave and how to shake hands with their parents friends when they meet them. We try to teach children good manners at an early age. It’s part of parenting. Even more important is teaching them how to protect their bodies […]

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Child Abuse Statistics

Too many children are in danger in their own homes. If you are reading this it is because you care. I know I care and want to bring the truth to light. If this doesn’t break your heart, I don’t know what would. However, you wanted to know, so you must care. Child Abuse Statistics […]

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Beware of Sexual Predators

Did you know there are places on the internet that teach a person how to groom a child for sexual abuse? It’s true. I know the police are trying to monitor the internet for child porn, so I did not look for myself. As decent adults, parents, teachers, and church leaders, we need to know […]

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Abuse Survivors are Some of My Favorite People

That might sound like a stereotype and I don’t mean it that way. There are events in life that can lead to certain personality characteristics, but I agree that abuse can happen to all types of people, from all religions, all races, and all cultures. I have counseled both children and adults. I also run […]

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Human Traffickers: How to Protect Your Child

Shocked and saddened! I felt shocked and saddened recently as I talked to a police officer who worked on the organized crime team in a large city. He said the city is a dangerous place to be. I asked where he sees the most trafficking. He said the trafficking stretches from the most affluent suburbs […]

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Don’t Be a Shame Sponge

Did you experience physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse as a child or adult? If so, you may feel a deep shame that makes it hard for you to believe you are as worthy as other people. You may even make it difficult for you to feel loved. Abuse is a direct attack on a person’s […]

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