@Kavita Mahesh Once I came across this topic while browsing the website. This may help you. https://www.parentcircle.com/circle-topic/good-touch-bad-touch-workshop-for-children-and-parents-7d394/
@Kavita Mahesh So good to hear that you want to make your child aware of such an important thing. I think you can ask her regularly whether she enjoys going to school, does she hug her friends or teachers or any other person while in school, does she like what she does or is made to do. Also, you can ask her uprightly if someone hurts her or does something to her which scares her or hurts her. Once you start regular conversations keeping in mind these elements, she will not hesitate to share anything with you or your spouse. She will openly share her encounters and experiences with you thus making it easy for you to understand her better.
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Dear parent, its good to see that you want to empower your child by teaching her about safe and unsafe touch. Child Sexual Abuse is a frightening reality and the sooner we prepare our kids to be aware about safe and unsafe touch, the better. Start by having ongoing conversations with her about safe touch- it involves using the sense of touch with family, friends, and loved ones on one's own terms. The contact makes one feel loved, protected, and comfortable. Also teach her that the touch that makes her feel uncomfortable, angry, or disgusted is unsafe touch. Tell her that its not only strangers, even people she knows (an older student, teacher, coach, bus conductor, or even someone in the family) may engage her in unwanted physical contact, and may tell her that it is a special secret that she must not tell anyone about. Teach her that if she is uncomfortable with anyone, she must shout out "No, STOP" loudly, try to run away or draw attention of others nearby. She should also come and confide in you about her experience. You could reinforce this lesson about consent by teaching her that she has a right over her body and to deny the permission to others for hugging or touching her. Consequently, it is not a good idea to expect your child to hug or kiss your or her friends or family members if she doesn't want to. So educate your child and give her the courage and confidence to share with you any unpleasant experiences she may have. The idea is to empower the child, not to instill fear and suspicion in her mind. Fur further info, kindly read this article on ParentCircle: https://www.parentcircle.com/article/safe-touch-and-unsafe-touch-ways-to-educate-your-child/
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