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If you're a parent working outside of the home!


Here are the things you can teach your kids if they are under the care of a step-parent, family, friends, babysitters, basically anyone other than yourself.

1- Explain to them what body autonomy and boundaries are.

2- Talk about private parts and how those areas are only for them to touch/see.

3- Talk about the difference between secrets and the difference between secrets and surprises.

4- Create a safety network and let your child know what to do if they are in an unsafe situation or experience unsafe touch.

5- Use things like safety words and teach them that they can ALWAYS tell you anything and that it doesn't matter when something happened, they can still always tell you!

6- Use communication tools (like CONSENTletters™) to let your child's caretakers know that you are actively teaching your kids about body safety.

Check out below for more info on each of these steps!

Sending you love and strength.



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Helping Kids Regulate Emotions For Body Safety

Because of the way children's brains develop, they can't regulate their emotions with ease. It's our job as parents to help them navigate that.
However, if we, as kids, were not taught how to regulate our own emotions, we may not be able to do it ourselves, let alone help our kids!
In this video, I show you a technique that I learned from Dr. Dan Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson and their book The Whole Brain Child. In that book, they present various techniques for helping kids self regulate and connect with the parent so they can move through difficult emotions.
But, you may be asking, WHY does this matter when it comes to body safety?
As you will hear in the video, when we can help our kids learn to process their emotions, understand them, and regulate them, they can then make more rational decisions under stressful circumstances.
If your child were ever to find themselves in a situation that was unsafe, wouldn't you want them to be able to keep...
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How To Keep Your Kids Safe Online


Helping your kids stay safe online is a MUST in today’s digital world.

In this video I am reviewing the book Viral Parenting: A Guide To Setting Boundaries, Building Trust, and Raising Responsible Kids in an Online World by Mindy McKnight, YouTuber and Founder of Cute Girls Hairstyles.


We underestimate how important it is to teach our kids about how to stay safe online, but it matters now more than ever before. In this video I talk about how to help your kids STAY SAFE ONLINE!

Don't let the overwhelm of it stop you from giving your kids the right tools and information they need to:

- learn how to use the internet responsibly

- learn about leaving a digital fingerprint

- understand how to use social media in a mentally healthy way

- have a parent/child agreement that helps everyone stay safe and much more!

Leave a comment and let me know what you thought and any questions you have!

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Using EVERY opportunity to teach your kids consent!

Teaching consent isn't just about teaching your kids that no one is allowed to touch them.

It's also about everyday situations.

It's ultimately about body autonomy/sovereignty!

So how can you teach your kids? By using every opportunity through everyday situations.

Check out this video where I give 3 examples of how I did just that!

Need more ways to teach your kids about body safety? Download my free guide.

Get the "7 Ways To Teach Your Kid(s) Body Safety, Boundaries and Consent" by clicking here.

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The AboutCONSENT™ Podcast is LIVE!

I'm so excited to share that my podcast is live!

Have a listen here. But I also invite you to watch over on my podcast website

If you enjoy it, I invite you to leave a ratings and review on iTunes. 

Or come back here and comment below with your feedback and thoughts!

With gratitude,



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