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Raising Badass Kids


March 1, 2024

Book Details

If you've ever lost sleep worrying about your kid's safety, you're not alone. You may want to wrap your tween or teen in a protective bubble but doing so could emotionally cripple them and make them more, not less, vulnerable to predators.In Raising Badass Kids, danger expert CJ Scarlet teaches you how to empower your 10 to 18-year-old to avoid and defend themselves from dangerous situations, ranging from bullying/cyberbullying and online dangers to sexual abuse and sex trafficking. This super informative, unputdownable book (with TONS of downloadable bonus content!) is the new bible for parents looking to raise safe, savvy, confident kids.Not teaching your kid how to protect themself makes them less safe and puts them at risk! You—and your child—have more power to protect them than you think. Raising Badass Kids is a genuine lifesaver, so read it now and be the parent your child deserves!

Author Description

CJ Scarlet, Badass Grandma and danger expert, authors books for parents, helping them empower their kids to protect and defend themselves from dangerous people.A survivor of sexual assault herself, CJ became an advocate for others and has helped thousands of survivors claim their power too.The former roller-skating carhop, forest firefighter, and U.S. Marine photojournalist holds a master's degree in Humanities with an emphasis on human violence. Named one of the "Happy 100" people on the planet, CJ's story of triumph over adversity is featured in several bestselling books, including Happy for No Reason and Be Invincible.

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