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Stop Child Sexual Abuse – Training 5

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Welcome to the last training in this series. It's been really insightful and eye - opening and I hope this training has saved a child or children out there. Thanks to everyone who has been following us on this journey.


Today, we tackle the really sensitive age of preteens range. I remember when I was this age, I was in a boarding school and trying my best to do well in my studies. While that is still true for many children within this age range, I know that they face a lot more pressure from different sources than what I faced at that time. “A preserved childhood is better than a repaired adulthood” — Pastor Nike Adeyemi Let’s welcome Praise Fowowe again to Mind and Mouth as he delivers today’s part of the series on stopping child sexual abuse! I want to really appreciate the numerous responses since we started this sexuality education series. The positive feedback we have been getting from you has really been encouraging and I am so certain that the game is over for many of…

Stop Child Sexual Abuse Training 4

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Hello everyone, How was the Easter break? I hope beyond the merriment and the thrill of having a longggg holiday, we were able to reflect on the love that Christ has for us and the commandment He has given us to extend same to others.
First of all, I want to apologize for posting this training late. I  was supposed to post it yesterday but due to some factors, I was not able to.
So without much ado, lets get down to serious business.



Today, we are moving on to older children between the ages of 5 – 8 years. You will agree with me that crucial things happen within this age range. “A preserved childhood is better than a repaired adulthood” — Pastor Nike Adeyemi Let’s welcome Praise Fowowe again to Mind and Mouth as he delivers the 4th part of the series on stopping child sexual abuse! For parents with children between the age range of 5 – 8 years here are the basic traits you may likely experience with your children -          Unpredictable mood swings -          Becomes competitive and w…

Stop Child Sexual Abuse – Training 3

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Hello everyone. Welcome back to the "Stop Child Sexual abuse training" that I have been so privileged to share here courtesy Praise Fowowe and Ibukun Onitiju. This is the third training in the series, we have had two previous posts on this particular topic. So if this is your first time of hearing or reading about it on this blog, please visit HERE and HERE to catch up. Without wasting too much of our time, let's get to today's training.
Stop Child Sexual Abuse – Training 3 Hi, I hope you learnt something in the last training. I have started receiving comments and I had the opportunity to interview a confident young lady who shared her story with me. She  is now a strong ambassador for the cause to create awareness and eradicate child sexual abuse. In her story, she was abused by her uncle from 6 years and because she didn’t know better, she did not understand what was going on. It was some years later in secondary school that she understood the extent of the …

Protected: Stop Child Sexual Abuse – Training 2

Hello My people, trust you had a great weekend. I hope you all remember the "stop child sexual abuse" training that we started last week courtesy of Praise Fowowe and Ibukun Onitiju. Well, in case you missed the introduction, go and check it out HERE sharparly, no time to waste. So, according to what I promised last week, the first part of the training is here and is for kids between ages 18months to 3 years... yes you heard me, 18 months!!! Sex education should start as early as that, you will learn more from today's training. Lets get down to it....
Let’s welcome Praise Fowowe again to Mind and Mouth as he delivers the first of the series on stopping child sexual abuse! About a year ago I had just released my best selling work ‘Basic Sexual Education Kit’ when a woman buzzed my line. She wanted to confirm my conviction that sex education should actually start at 18months. According to her ‘The inability of my mother to teach me the proper names for body parts cost m…