In our research with adults, we have discovered that none of us thinks we’re the person who does nothing when we are worried that someone we know has sexually abused a child. And yet, too many of us, when faced with that situation in our own lives, are paralyzed and don’t know what to say or do, especially when we don’t have “proof” that someone has already harmed a child. Do you know whom to call with your concerns? Have you thought through what words you’ll say to protect a child’s boundaries? How would you handle a situation where a respected leader is behaving suspiciously?