The Parent's Guide to Protecting Children from Pedophiles

by MBC

Non-Fiction - Parenting
134 Pages
Reviewed on 01/18/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

The Parent's Guide to Protecting Children From Pedophiles by MBC is an insightful and helpful guide to all parents who want their children to be safe from offenders and child abuse. Children are innocent and a child is never at fault, regardless of what the offender claims. The contents in the book provide an opportunity to seek help, break the silence, and break the cycle to start afresh. The book captures the helplessness, horror, inconsolable grief, and violent rage that is associated with the victims and the offender, and speaks about the powerlessness of parents who do not know what to do when it comes to protecting their children from these offenders.

The book looks at the topic extensively and the stories and experiences shared by the author are disturbing and they expose the mindset of the sexual offender and how they operate. All the stories shared in this book will make parents cautious when it comes to taking care of their children and protecting them from adults who are not normal. The topic is relevant and the book is a good eye opener to all parents when it comes to understanding abuse. The Unmasking the Offender section in the book is quite helpful to readers when it comes to understanding what makes a sexual offender the person he/she is. The book is well written though it is disturbing. The signs of abuse listed in the book are useful to parents when it comes to helping them realize if their child has been abused and how to seek help.