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10 Reglas Familiares para la Seguridad

10 Reglas Familiares para la Seguridad

Your baby is growing. Every day you gain more control of your life and you lose it a little more. He can not always hold his hand, but he can teach him the skills that will help keep him safe for life.
 
The best way to keep your child safe is to help him develop good judgment. Here are some family rules for raising safe children and knowing how to be safe.
 
1. Talk to your child every day and listen to him.
Face to face the conversation keeps you connected and fosters cooperation and trust.
 
2. Let her know that her family does not keep secrets.
Make sure he knows he can talk to you about anything, and no matter what happens, he will always love you.
 
3. Always listen to your child.
Children who believe they are taken seriously have greater self-esteem. These children are more likely to talk and thus protect themselves in a bad situation.
 
4. Make sure your child knows that any part of his or her body that is covered by a swimsuit is private.
No one has the right to touch a child in a way that he or she feels uncomfortable.
 
5. Make sure your child knows and is not afraid to approach you or the police if you feel in danger.
 
6. Teach him that it is better to be safe than to be educated.
If he is in a situation that scares him, he should call for help.
• If a stranger tries to seize him, he should shout, "Help! This is not my father!"
• If someone touches him in a way that makes him feel uncomfortable, he should shout "No!"
• If he is uncomfortable at a friend's house, he should call him to pick him up.
 
7. Talk with your child about bullies.
Tell him how to calm the situation. Make sure you know how to get out of the situation, and say it out loud enough so that anyone nearby to listen, "I will not let anyone abuse me." "Abuse" is a word with sexual connotations that can embarrass an intimidator. To assure him that there is no reason to be ashamed of being afraid of intimidators. He must get out of the situation or ask for help from an adult.
 
8. Never leave your child with a person they do not know and trust fully.
When you leave your child, make sure the caregiver knows the rules of your family. Explain family rules for everything, including diet management and bad behavior.
 
9. Model good judgment and share the decision-making process with your child from an early age.
Making decisions conscious is a learned skill, one that you can teach.
 
10. Remember, the best way to help maintain your child's safety is to help him develop good judgment.