Prepare the Ones You Care About with the Family Safe Program

Family Safe Self Defense for Children

We all tell kids that they aren’t supposed to talk to strangers. That’s a good start, but it’s not enough. The reason is there are two fatal flaws with that logic.

Strangers are far more cunning than you think. They use tricks, also called “dodges”, to appear like they need help from your child. They could say that they’re looking for another child. Or they could offer your son $50 to load some boxes into their vehicle.

Like any predator, strangers pick their prey and know specific ways to lure a child into isolation from the public eye. After that, it’s all over.

Another problem is that a lot of time, a sexual predator isn’t a stranger at all. It’s often a neighbor or even a relative. It’s someone who has a certain level of familiarity with your kids and that allows them access.

KIDS ARE SMARTER AND STRONGER THAN YOU THINK. The problem is that they sometimes can’t articulate what they feel. They have great instincts and know when something is wrong. All they need is a little nudge in the right direction to put those great instincts into survival skills.

In the Family Safe Program we do this by showing kids how to set specific boundaries and they discover them how to communicate their feelings to parents, teachers and care givers. We actually show you how to talk about these issues with your children to help them process these situations. We also give children a definite and precise course of action. No thinking is required. Once a condition is broken, they will react correctly and safely BEFORE it’s too late.

This isn’t martial arts or fighting. This is a psychological and tactical approach to a much larger, much more dangerous predator.

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