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Dr. Lynne Namka
THINGS TO DO IF SOMEONE BIGGER STARTS TO HURT YOU
Leave. Don't stay. Take care of yourself.
If the person is bigger than you, get away from him or her. Go to a safe place and take care of yourself. Find a place where you feel safe. Or run to some adult you trust or to your neighbor's house.
Find some safe people to talk to. If the first person does not listen, find someone else.
Remember kids should not be hurt. Not even parents are supposed to hurt little kids. Keep talking until you find someone to help you.
If you or other people in your family are being hurt badly, call 911 and ask for help.
If someone is touching you in ways that you do not like, call the Child Abuse Hot Line at 1-800-422-4453.
This information is from the book,
The Mad Family Gets Their Mads Out: Fifty Things Your Family Can Say and Do to Express Anger Constructively
Text and illustrations are copyright 1995 Lynne Namka.
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