Dr. Tiffanie Tate’s newly released “Bad Touching” is a helpful teaching story that helps young readers learn about inappropriate physical contact

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“Bad Touching” from Christian Faith Publishing author Dr. Tiffanie Tate is a compassionate narrative that helps young readers and adults discuss a difficult topic in a manner that empowers young readers to reach out for help when needed.

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“Bad Touching”: a useful tool for parents, guardians, and educators. “Bad Touching” is the creation of published author Dr. Tiffanie Tate, a graduate of UC Santa Barbara who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Cellular and Developmental Biology with a minor in Black Studies. After earning a Medical Doctorate degree from Meharry Medical College and completing an OBGYN Internship at Naval Medical Center San Diego, Dr. Tate went on to serve as a general medical officer for the Sea Bees. She also served during Operation Enduring Freedom during the Global War on Terrorism. Dr. Tate completed obstetrics and gynecology residency requirements at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee, and practiced for twenty years before sustaining a hand injury that led to a necessary medical retirement. She is a loving mother to young adult children.

Dr. Tate shares, “This story is about two little sisters, Lillie and Linda, who wanted to make every adult happy. They lived alone with their mother. When their mother got a new boyfriend, he helped take care of them. He was initially nice, but that changed.

“Lillie and Linda had to learn that there are times in which making everyone happy is not always a good thing if it hurts you in the process. This story helps children identify abusive situations and provides directions on where they can go to seek help and report abuse.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dr. Tiffanie Tate’s new book examines a delicate subject in a manner that will be easily understood by children of any age.

Dr. Tate shares in hopes of aiding readers in identifying unsafe individuals in their personal lives and to know how to reach out for help.

Consumers can purchase “Bad Touching” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Bad Touching,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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