I don’t know if my teenage boy/girl knows about sexual abuse. How can I give this information?

By raising this question you certainly have shown your concern for fulfilling your responsibility to your child. Your growing child needs to know about sexual abuse so that he/she can develop his/her life skills in order to take informed decisions on how to deal with that. You are the person whom your child trusts a lot and studies have shown that young people want to get information about sex and sexuality from the trusted source like their parents and teachers. You will have to take initiative to talk about these sensitive issues and open a communication channel between both of you. By conveying this information not only you will gain trust of your child, but also you can feel assured that your child will speak up to you when there is a need.

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