In an earlier lesson we completed a Safety Hand which outlined 5 trusted adults in our lives we can talk to about things that may be concerning us. If you have not completed that worksheet, please do it now by clicking the ‘DOWNLOAD’ button below.
It is incredibly important that if you experience someone who doesn’t respect you by asking for consent, especially when it comes to your private parts, you talk to a trusted adult about what’s happened.
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Question 1 – Answer Y (yes) or N (no) to the following questions:
1 – If someone wants to share a hug or kiss with you, or hold your hand, do you have to let them?
2 – If someone wants to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable, are you allowed to say NO?
3 – Just because you feel like hugging your best friend does that mean you can hug them?
4 – Is it important to keep all secrets?
5 – Should you talk to trusted adults about things that concern you (even if someone tells you not to)?