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In child sexual abuse, strangers aren't the greatest danger, experts say -
April 13, 2012
"Parents can help protect their children from sexual abuse by talking frankly to them about abuse, starting at a young age with age-appropriate information. "It's essential that parents have a continuing conversation with their children about sexual abuse," said Kay Knaff, clinical services program manager for Youth Villages, a private nonprofit organization that helps children with emotional, behavioral and mental health issues, as well as children who have been abused or neglected. "This may seem hard to do, but it's the best way to protect your child. It's best to start talking to your children about child abuse as early as age 3 or 4."" -
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