Sep 30, 2019

Survive an Abduction or Hostage Situation

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#*As the authorities secure the scene, they may handcuff and search you. Allow them to do this, let them know that you've been abducted.  
 
#*As the authorities secure the scene, they may handcuff and search you. Allow them to do this, let them know that you've been abducted.  
 
#See a doctor for medical attention as soon as possible. Once you escape or you're rescued, you need to be evaluated by a doctor for any physical trauma you might have occured as a result of the abduction. However, it's equally as important to talk to a mental health professional to help you process your experience, as well.<ref>https://ift.tt/2o59NdH>
 
#See a doctor for medical attention as soon as possible. Once you escape or you're rescued, you need to be evaluated by a doctor for any physical trauma you might have occured as a result of the abduction. However, it's equally as important to talk to a mental health professional to help you process your experience, as well.<ref>https://ift.tt/2o59NdH>
#*Find a therapist who specializes in trauma to ensure you get the care you need.
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#*Find a therapist who specializes in trauma to ensure you get the care you need.
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==Warnings==
 
==Warnings==
 
*If you do try to escape, consider the area where you're being held. If you're in a foreign country, for instance, the locals might be just as hostile as your captors.
 
*If you do try to escape, consider the area where you're being held. If you're in a foreign country, for instance, the locals might be just as hostile as your captors.


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