Safe Kids, Smart Parents: What Parents Need to Know to Keep Their Children Safe (Paperback)
What Parents Need to Know to Keep Their Children Safe
Simon & Schuster, 9781476700441, 209pp.
Publication Date: June 11, 2013
Praise For Safe Kids, Smart Parents: What Parents Need to Know to Keep Their Children Safe…
"An invaluable and essential resource for parents and children that couldn’t be more timely"
“Safe Kids, Smart Parents is marvelously subtle, powerful, and straight forward. Pushing "safety, awareness and communication" always, it's not the standard how-to or rule book; rather a thought process book, beautifully written. With love and concern, it skillfully coaches parents, giving them the knowledge and ability to deal positively and effectively with their children’s questions, and keep them safe.
In my 40 year practice as a child protection professional on local and national levels, this is the only book which prepares parents to really DO child protection parenting based on hard data and therapeutic practice. An amazing book that teaches and supports parents to promote child safety by emphasizing being alert and engaged. Really a must read in our times.”
-John B. Rabun, founder and former Exec. Vice President and COO of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
“Every parent must read this book. It teaches how to help your child cope with the reality of predators while building self-confidence and avoiding unnecessary fear. Follow the Baileys’ essential, wise, and practical advice to reduce the risk of exploitation, abduction, and victimization. The life you save may be your child’s"
-Dr. Richard A. Warshak, author of Divorce Poison: How To Protect Your Family From Bad-mouthing and Brainwashing, Clinical
“Safe Kids, Smart Parents is an excellent resource and important book for parents of all children. Written by a psychologist who has helped families and children heal after abductions, child abuse, and other traumas, Safe Kids, Smart Parents helps parents understand the truth about child abductions, the importance of communication and knowledge, and explores ways to empower children to keep them safe. She provides excellent examples of actual risks of harm and how parents and their children can work together to reduce those risks.”
-Dr. Philip Stahl, Ph.D., author of Parenting After Divorce
"[Safe Kids, Smart Parents is] not to be ignored."
"Family psychologist Bailey affirms that the ultimate goal of abduction and exploitation awareness is not to induce paranoia, but to make children feel loved, and for parents to trust that their kids are making safe choices... Bailey's communication strategy suggests a proactive approach and will help parents build the kind of trust that will encourage kids to speak up."