As we head into Halloween, it’s important to empower our children. Please read and pass along!!
By Matthew Barbis, Founder & Chairman
The Rose Brucia Educational Foundation
One key component of The Stranger Safety Awareness Program is centered around the word “Trust”. When we dissect the word “Trust”, you can see that the word is held together by the letters “u” & “s”. Our Educational Coordinator, Patrick Chierichella, likes to point out that when you examine the word “Trust”, you can see a bridge created by “us”. Pat concludes that without “us”, meaning the two people involved, you and me, there can be no trust – it takes both of “us” to trust one another. A bond needs to be formed. Before you can trust someone, some type of relationship needs to be established.
In our very first lesson of The Stranger Safety Awareness Program, we discuss the need for a formal introduction. In early childhood, these introductions are controlled by our parents. Later, as we…
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