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When Adults are with Children, Watch Out for These Behaviors

While, individually, the following behavioral traits do not mean an adult is a child predator … a combination of certain behavioral traits do need to, seriously, send up red flags.

Predators will often use teasing and demeaning words to laugh off, or deny … a child from setting boundaries in physical closeness.

Predators will insist on touching, hugging a child, even when it is clear the child does not want the attention.

Many predators will use “tickling” or “wrestling” “games” to get physically close to a child.

Predators may make a habit of “accidentally” walking in on a child who is in a bathroom, or a room, where the child may be changing clothes.

While it may be just “misguided” parenting … predators do allow, if not encourage … children to get away with inappropriate behaviors.

If he/she seems “too good to be true” … then, more than likely … he/she is.  This person may want to babysit, frequently, without pay, or likes to buy an excessive number of gifts, gives them money … or likes to take them out, often … on “special outings,” … alone.

Lastly … and, this is most certainly something I can attest to:  He/she points out sexual images and makes suggestive, vulgar jokes with children present … and … will expose the child to adult sexual interactions or images, without concern for the child’s presence.  And … heed this … they are overly interested in the sexuality of a particular child or teen. (ie, a female child’s developing breasts, etc.)

 

Debbie Barth:11/07/2018 at 3:49 pm ET
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Debbie Barth is the author of The Promise Book: Tell Someone.  Her goal is to aid parents who understand the necessity of talking to their children about child predators in way that doesn’t confuse or scare them.
The book is available on Amazon and at www.thisisdebbiebarth.com

 

“This piece is on my “Tell Someone” blog, located at http://www.thisisdebbiebarth.com.  There are real stories, there … and … I pray that your child never experiences anything like I write about.” … Debbie Barth

 

 

My Thoughts: The Accusations Thrown At Eric Bolling

I read this (see link below) and frankly, think it’s ridiculous for someone to get upset because someone, anyone called her “pretty.” If Eric Bolling did what he is accused of … he should be gone. If he really did send out a picture of his genitals … he should be gone. But before we destroy someone’s livelihood … where are these pictures? Where is the proof.

Now, as far as Gene Simmons is concerned … get a life … he is a rock star … rock singers and bands are not what one would deem as “choir boys.” We already know this.

But … if there is no proof and only the world of this woman (to my knowledge no one else has come forward, who allegedly made this claim) and all she can come up with is he called her pretty, or Dr. Hottie … AND … after all his “coming on” to her … WILLINGLY … went up to his office … then she should be laughed at and he should not lose his job. I’m saying if he didn’t do this or if there is no proof.

And, yes … I will take this a little further … it’s seems the only ones making these claims are liberals. The same group trying to take down Fox News.

Take a good look at the stories about liberal directors and producers, talk show hosts, Hollywood actors, and oh my goodness … the “boys in the band.” And, I’m talking about the ones who openly have a liberal, if not progressive liberal, socialist viewpoint. Why are these very same people not disgusted by them?

Whether this is true or not … what is obvious … is the hypocrisy of the left.

Trust me … I am against sexual abuse … especially for children. That’s why I wrote The Promise Book; Tell Someone. I was a victim. I was ignored.

But … I’m also against the liberals who justify the “anything and everything is ok … don’t judge me” mentally … and then cry “wolf” at everyone who speaks to conservative ideas.

I do not justify obscenity … be it pornographic pictures and gestures, …or … the flat-out hypocrisy of a group of people trying to destroy people who do not agree with their progressive left agenda.

My comments are not toward, for, or against Eric Bolling. My comments are directed solely to the obscene hypocrisy rearing its ugly head, so prevalent, in this county. (No pun intended.)

http://conservativefighters.com/news/eric-bollings-accuser-caroline-heldman-just-issued-statement/?utm_content=buffer9737b&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

My book can be found in Amazon and at www.thisisdebbiebarth.com. Shipping is the same, but I have some blogs on my website, that probably speak to many who have found their selves in similar situations.

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Debbie Barth: 08/06/2017 at 2:24 pm EDT © All rights reserved

The Beginning of “The Beginning”

I am excited to announce that “The Promise Book; Tell Someone” is now available at Amazon.com and at www.thisisdebbiebarth.com.  The book is the key to the vehicle allowing parents to talk with their small children about child predators without frightening or intimidating them.  The website, for this book, also includes a blog that will express my experiences, as well as the experiences of others.  From time to time, I will share those blogs, here as well.

However, I will also continue my thoughts on all subjects known to mankind.  So … stay tuned.

Here is the first blog from my new www.thisisdebbiebarth.com.  The subject matter is not always easy to write about, but, it is a subject that needs to be addressed … and, combated.

 

Only The Beginning

 

It was a day … just like any other day.  The walk home from elementary school … was like any other walk.  Yes, it was like any other day … until she walked through the front door, into the living room.

He appeared to be asleep, with his face and body turned toward the back sofa cushions.  He was completely undressed.  He must have heard her come in, and knew that she was standing there.  He turned over, looked at her … and smiled.

She was feeling uncomfortable, and yet, unable to move.  He was lying there, undressed, now … staring at her.  He had such a strange smile on his face.  He told her to come closer.  She did.

He took her hand and put on his … “private part.”  It was so quite in the house.  She couldn’t breathe.  His smile became even wider, even stranger.  And then … he let her hand go.

He said, “go change your clothes and go out and play.”

She ran to her room, closed the door, changed clothes hurriedly, and then ran through the kitchen and … out the back door.  She wasn’t sure what had just happened … but … she was glad it was over.

What she didn’t know …was that it was just beginning ….

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Unfortunately, child predators are often the people closest to the child.  Please look for the signs.  Trust your own instincts.  And, protect your children.  Don’t rely on them to tell you something is wrong.  They won’t, unless you have talked to them, beforehand.  Prepare them.  Let them know … before it happens … that they can “tell someone,” no matter who the abuser is.

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I hope that you will also take some time to drop by website, at www.thisisdebbiebarth.com and look at this beautiful book, “The Promise Book; Tell Someone,” aimed at helping parents talk with their small children about child predators in a way that is not frightening or intimidating.

So, you are now really seeing the different sides of Debbie Barth … because … “this is really Debbie Barth.”

Thank you for reading my blog, today. If you like the vive … please subscribe!

 Debbie Barth: 11/16/2016 at 3:50 pm EDT
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