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These Young Boys Avoid Being Kidnapped By Remembering This Trick Of Their Mother

These Young Boys Avoid Being Kidnapped By Remembering This Trick Of Their Mother

These Young Boys Avoid Being Kidnapped By Remembering This Trick Of Their Mother

Jodie Norton, a mom of four, recently wrote a post in her blog that attracted a lot of attention. As the old rule of "foreigner, danger" requires, foreigners are dangerous and should not be spoken to. But what about when a child is really in danger? He may need help from a stranger. Parents are now invited to teach their children a new lesson, known as the "dishonest person".

Concept of the dishonest person

On her blog, Jodie explained how the concept of the dishonest person saved her two young sons from a possible abduction. She starts: "Three days ago, I was in the shower around 8:30 when I felt as if I had been shot in the left ovary. It was an unbearable pain that made me curl up, stunned me and made me incredibly nauseous. "

Accompanied by her four children, Jodie explains that she drove to the emergency rooms of their small town. "I left my two older boys - CJ (10 years) and T-Dawg (8 years old) - in front of the emergency door on a bench to wait for our nice neighbor who promised to come and get them for the to take to school. "

Jodie goes on to say that her pain was due to a ruptured ovarian cyst. When her boys came home from school that day, she discovered they were late. "I had wrongly assumed my neighbour was coming from his house (not somewhere farther away), so my two boys sat out front of the ER for 40 minutes. Not the five minutes I had expected. Their story of what had transpired while I had stupidly left them out there alone made me simultaneously sick and grateful." 

After talking with her boys, Jodie realized the gravity of what had happened during that time. During the 40 minute wait, the two boys experienced their first experience in the real world with perverted and frightening foreigners. On the bench, an adult woman and two punk men approached them and asked if they could help them by going to the bathroom where the lady's buddy hid from the doctor to see if they could convince him to go out and be treated. "

CJ, Jodie's son, answered, "No thanks," but the strangers insisted that the boys could save the man's life by going to the bathroom and telling him there was no danger get out.

The strangers finally gave up, and a third adult man came out of the bathroom, jumped in the car with the others and left. The neighbor finally arrived and the boys of Jodie went to school.

Jodie writes: "My anger and shock have turned into immense gratitude, and CJ said that he used a" family safety "rule that was discussed a long time ago, which helped to know that these people were not good people. Specifically, a trick to identify a "bad person".

CJ told Jodie, "Mom, I knew they were dishonest because they were asking for help. Adults do not ask for help for children. "

These young boys avoid being kidnapped after remembering this trick of their mother

Pattie Fitzgerald, the creator of Safely Ever After, invented the concept of dishonest person. It consists in the following: you must stop telling your children not to talk to strangers. They might need to talk to a stranger one day. Rather, they need to be taught what types of foreigners are good. "

The website Time Well Spentprovides prevention advice and encourages parents to talk to their children about dishonest people. One of the tricks is: "Remind your children that adults without a second thought do not ask for help from the children." Moreover, the word "foreigner" should be replaced by "dishonest person", for that is what a person says or wants to do with a child who makes it dangerous or "dishonest. "

Jodie told her story to encourage parents to teach their children the concept of the dishonest person. In fact, she shared this experience so that parents can learn from it. The testimony of this mom highlights the need to take the time to talk with her children and teach them how to behave with people in particular by establishing safety rules.