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There are also some useful books around to read with kids such as this one. Hope that helps.
This seems to have some good advice, particularly about 'good' and 'bad' touch.
My partner was abused when she was around my daughters age and wants to sit her down and warn her of the dangers and tell her to report it no matter what.What is the best way to go about it?(Not sure if this is the right forum, please redirect if wrong)Thanks.
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