6 ways to protect your kid against sexual predatorNovember 22, 2022
One way to explain this is that when we hear ‘no,’ we always stop what we’re doing. Additionally, instil in your children the value of respecting their “nos.” Just like we always stop doing anything when someone says “no,” our peers should do the same when we stop them. If the behaviour persists after we say “no,” we should consider whether or not we feel comfortable and secure playing with them. If not, it is acceptable to choose different friends. If you think you need to step in, do so. Be gentle and let the other child know how important the word “no” is. Your child will learn to value it for both himself, and for other people.