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Practically from birth, children are told to look for police when they are in danger. de Becker suggests that frightened kids in public places instead seek help from the nearest woman: women are naturally nurturing, protective and a lot easier to find than cops, he explains.
This nugget is typical of de Becker's advice, which though sometimes offbeat or unexpected, nevertheless makes sense.
Many examples illustrate situations when ignoring intuition or abandoning common sense can lead to disaster. Leaving curious teenage boys at home with unlocked guns ranks high on the list.
Despite the good advice the book has two shaky assumptions. The author states that… Mehr dazu