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How to Talk with Kids About Sexual Abuse
This article defines child sexual abuse and discusses the characteristics of victims and offenders and how it affects children.
Kids often don't tell about sexual abuse, but sometimes they’ll display these behavioral, physical, and emotional changes.
This chart summarizes typical sexual behaviors for specific age groups, then lists behaviors that may indicate sexual abuse.
In 90 percent of child sexual abuse cases, children know their abuser. Offenders often use grooming tactics on potential victims.
Children often don’t tell about sexual abuse. Here are the reasons why, and how you can help them tell if they need to.