Cutting Edge Parenting Tips

I just wanted to update my list of the most risky and frisky adults to keep your kids away from. I actually used to rate certain clowns as  #1-  followed by any traveling fair roadie that tours through West Virginia that IS NOT A FOOD VENDOR as #2 – and  coming in a close 3rd was any Santa Clause that only volunteered at malls.

Times have changed. So my duty to you as a social worker and a fellow parent, is to update you on the current ratings.  Today they are as follows. This may shock some, but I have my sources..

1- Catholic Priests.

2- Politicians in DC older then 65.

3- Tie between the fair roadie/ and the Volunteer Santa ( in malls only)


As a matter of fact due to recent developments in my own 15 year involvement in the pedo-priest movement- I am now researching a disturbing question. Do you have to be a priest to be a pedophile- or do you have to be a pedophile to become a priest?

In conclusion, I recommend ( as I do with my little ones still at home) that you do the following;

1-Lift your own children into the rides at the traveling fairs.

2- Pull a chair up next to Santa Clauses knee at the mall- place your child there.

3-Never- under any circumstances allow your child to be in the position with a priest that is pictured above.

That’s all for now and safe parenting!





Author: (Don't Label My Kid! Coaching & Counseling Team)

Social Worker- Mental Health, Addictions, and Behavioral health- Leadership Educator-, Juvenile Justice. A variety of coaching. I have a great desire to help others make it through times that I myself have had to navigate. I understand the process, the pain,and the support needed. I, and the rest of my team all have both the formal education to coach others but more importantly we also have the life experience which allows us to relate to all the phases and hurdles that come with recovering from issues like depression, addiction, domestic violence, spiritual confusion, and much more. I feel that the combination of formal training and life experience allows us to meet those we help every point of need- in a real way.

2 thoughts on “Cutting Edge Parenting Tips”

  1. When I was a kid we ran around wherever we wanted, without fear. I think your list is short, but you may be trying to make a point more so than a comprehensive list. I’m a mother, and I knew when my child was young that no one could be trusted with her. It was true then, in the 1990s, and is even more true today. Monsters are everywhere-we don’t need to tell our kids about them (since they cannot understand a lot) as much as we need to protect them, at all times, no matter what the circumstances.

    1. Yes you are correct the list is much more widespread and spans any profession sadly and age group. Sadly many parents believe that all of certain professions can be trusted when the opposite is true. The highest population of predators of course are the “trusted” jobs just to have easy access. Boy scouts, counselors to kids camps, teachers and the list goes on. My goal is to just get the wheels turning that some of the most trusted cannot be. About a year ago I watched a special on one the 60 minutes or 48 hours or one of those. The point of the show was to share with the viewers how beneficial training your child extensively on it would help. They had a uniformed cop on first who proudly shared how he had role played with his 5 year old daughter each week and that she was incapable of falling into any traps. So they- with his blessing, sent his little girl to a playground they were monitoring, and told him one of their staff members was going to attempt to lure her out of the park- after he had just told her not to leave. Within 5 minutes his ” trained ” little girl was off into the forest with the man looking for his ‘ lost puppy”— he about had a heart attack. These guys are pros…

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