Prevention is better than Regret.

How many times have you said, “Oh, I wish I would have ______.”

Sometimes it’s a small thing, like, “I wish I would have started my diet earlier.” Other times it’s a bigger thing, like, “I wish I would have stayed in school.” or “I wish I would have pursued my dream.”

Why didn’t you?

Sometimes you just don’t know what’s going to happen. Other times, life gets in the way. The saddest times are the times you knew better, but you didn’t do it anyway.

It’s sad but true that bad things happen to good people. A parent’s worst nightmare is that their child is missing . . . yet thousands of children are abducted every year.

As a responsible parent, what can you do to prevent it?


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  • Educate your child on what to do and what not to do. But explaining isn’t really enough. Children need to practice, so they recognize the situation as it’s happening . . . not having to connect your words with live action, but recognizing live action as they’ve practiced it.
  • Your child needs to learn how to escape, and what to do after escaping.
  • In the worst-case scenario, you need to be able to give the authorities what they need to help find your child.
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FREE Child ID Kit

In our martial arts summer camp, we teach children to recognize danger, to escape from danger, and we provide a FREE Child ID Kit for parents.

We also provide a free pamphlet on Child Safety to help parents get through the summer safely.

Prevention is much better than regret, and we want to do our part to prevent you from ever feeling the regret of looking for a missing child.


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