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By Jenny Randles

ISBN-10: 0709032765

ISBN-13: 9780709032762

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What are the implications of this for parents? 26 210 × 297 The importance of care-givers and parents 27 • • • • • • Ask parents to discuss why they think that children are vulnerable to abuse. What are the implications for parents? Most child molesters manage to offend for years without being caught and most who are caught are either not prosecuted or not convicted. Does ‘not guilty’ mean that they are safe to be around children? Is an offender who has served a prison sentence necessarily safe around children?

Answer: This is false. In general, the more bizarre the story, the more likely it is to be true. When a child retracts an allegation of abuse, it is usually because enormous pressure has been placed on their shoulders—the family is at risk of breaking up and the child has no support. The offenders’ relatives and supporters usually give victims the impression that if they tell police that ‘it was all a lie’, the world will return to normal. Unfortunately, an offender who thinks that s/he ‘got away with it’ continues the abuse, often more violently and frequently than before.

The offender is confident of the victim’s powerlessness. The child is branded as a vicious liar and receives no support while the offender receives sympathy for being the victim of a malicious liar. In these circumstances, the victim may lack the courage to make further allegations and the offender takes advantage of the child’s increased powerlessness. Statement: Girls seduce their fathers. TRUE or FALSE? Answer: This is false. au 2 CHANDOS STREET ST LEONARDS NSW 2065 as sexual beings. They view sex in romantic terms as exclusively for the young and they are embarrassed when parents exhibit their sexuality.

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