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Allen Reed and Andrea Dubnick said they spend much of their lives helping others learn to be safe.
“What we teach is avoidance techniques,” Reed said
Dubnick said she wants to be able to convey to women how to get out of a bad situation and learn how to escape.
“Running away is fine, but many times you can’t — women are often in heels,” Dubnick said.
“It’s like any physical skill — it’s a perishable skill — you lose it over time,” Reed said.
the common predator is like a wolf, who often tracks prey. These people often set up a situation that makes escaping hard.
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