4 comments on “Counter Abduction Principles

  1. When I was little my mom always taught us that if someone ever tried to take us that we should loudly repeat over and over “You’re not my mommy, you’re not my daddy, you’re a stranger and I don’t want to go with you.” Thank goodness it was never an issue, but her belief was that if we just kicked and screamed sure it would attract attention, but we may just be seen as another unruly child. You should teach your children that if someone tries to snatch them that they should make it clear the person is a stranger.

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