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Parents need to establish trust and foster open communication with their children to address topics like sexual abuse. Video illustrations by (c) Reset Fest Inc, Canada


The Re:Set Guide to Talking to Your Kids About Consent and Boundaries

A breakdown of how to have age-appropriate conversations around sexual health at every stage

Research states that one in ten children will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday. As a parent, you can address this by opening up channels of communication with your children, explaining consent and boundaries from a young age, and building a relationship where they can trust you wholeheartedly. When it comes to sparking conversations about sexual danger, most parents revert to the talk about “stranger danger” when in fact, 90% of sexually abused children in the U.K. were assaulted by someone they knew. With this guide, you can spark age-appropriate talking points for every developmental stage and help your child navigate through these complicated concepts in a simplified manner.

Also read: An in-depth guide on teaching children about consent and boundaries


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The Re:Set Guide to Talking to Your Kids About Consent and Boundaries