"Many choices we make to prevent child sexual abuse or react to it involve taking personal risks. Taking risks means we have to take actions we've never taken before, and we're not sure what the results will be. Some examples are talking with our children about sexual boundaries, redirecting an adult who's crossing a child's boundaries, or making an actual report. These actions can feel like a risk. We may feel fear or uncertainty. But we have to take these actions to have safe, happy children - and healthy communities. Taking the risk to protect children causes us to grow as people and makes children safer." - Paula Sellars
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