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Stand Up for Children in April

Ellen Magnis | Posted 06.01.2013 | Impact
Ellen Magnis

When they are young we teach our kids to look both ways before crossing the road, we tell them that skull and crossbones on a container means poison, and we warn them about talking to strangers. We don't, however, talk to them about what to do if an adult does something to hurt them or make them feel uncomfortable.