• Want to look good, be noticed, get attention.
• Want to be heard, to have someone take the time to listen to them.
• Want to be affirmed, to be valued and their development recognized, even if it is inconsistent and sometimes looks funny.
• Have many invalidating conversations (self talk) within themselves.
• Are particularly attractive or wholesome, which has predators invent creative ways of trapping them.
• Not aware of signals that indicate they are being set up.
• Are not trained to be strong, shrewd or keep themselves safe and in control.
• Have low moments where what they are up to, no longer seems worth it and they are in a mood to give up.
• Want to be independent of parents and rules, desire to be self expressed.
• Have a yearning for an adventure even though it may involve grave risks.
• Have the conversation within themselves that no one really cares about them.
• Believe themselves to be invincible, that they can handle anything that happens.
• Hang out in public places (malls, video arcades, non-alcoholic bars, roller rinks, schools, colleges, church gatherings, state fairs etc) where predators lie in wait.
• Carry within them secrets so they have their attention on how they are keeping the secrets rather than on what this person, who is a stranger is up to!
• Don’t set limits or they allow others to cross their boundaries.
• Carry within them unaddressed trauma which is affecting them but not necessarily noticed by them. This woundedness is obvious to a sharp eyes of predators.
• Have no strong male figure in their lives who is affirming them and valuing them.
• Are socialized to be nice to strangers, to talk to them, to not hurt their feelings, to listen for their needs and to meet those needs, a need to be helpful, serving.
• Are inexperienced with life and therefore susceptible to those who notice that and come along with bigger visions, better answers, and “authoritative” common sense.
• Live with an underlying sense in their lives: “I am stupid” or “I am bad” or “I am not worth anything” etc. Once discovered the predator will use this against them.
• Believe they must serve others when asked and must talk to others when talked to.
• Associate love with touch, affection, with sex, fun-loving with safety.
• Feeling rejected in some way now has them secretly hunger for acceptance.
• Do not check out risky situations and make sure accountability is in place.
• Naïve about life, evil, human nature. Trusts people without checking them out.
• Influenced by chemicals, so defenses are not properly working.
• Away from home, food, shelter, people who care. Immediate physical needs will set them up for risky behavior they wouldn’t try otherwise.
• Bitter about broken promises made by parents and others. Open to be’ influenced.
• Open to hear promises of wealth, glamour, easy living, without being realistic.
• Not aware of mind control techniques. Let themselves be affected by strangers.
• Willing to trust anyone who appears to be friendly.
• Do not have the courage or ammunition to keep out of compromising situations.
• Don’t recognize that being charmed, made to feel good can lead to being entrapped.
• Do not listen and pay attention to their intuition or gut feelings within them. Disregard warning signs. Don’t value their alarm systems. GUT God’s Unspoken Thought.
• Natural adolescent tendency to experiment can be used against them.
• No set limits about chemicals or sexual activity, hard to say “No” to someone.
• Family dysfunction undercuts sense of stability and confidence, so is open to others.
• Use of chemicals or willing to try chemicals set them up to be controlled by drug dealer or pimping person.

Contact Info:
Websites:	https://adultssavingkids.org or https://parentsarise.org
Phone:		Office:	612-869-5450
                Cell:	612-708-1875 
Email:		info.adultssavingkids@gmail.com
Address:	Adults Saving Kids
		6501 Woodlake Drive, #814
		Richfield, MN  55423

Bible References:

  • II Samuel 13:1-15
  • II Timothy 3:6-7


No responses yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.