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As parents, we all take utmost care to make sure that our kids’ safety isn’t compromised at any point. However, the problem arises when the child has to come across strangers or when parents aren’t around the kids. Every parent around works on the simple rule of safety when it comes to strangers, ‘Don’t Talk to Strangers’.
Every time this rule can’t be the savior. It is very important that the child is taught the right way of dealing with strangers. Also, classifying every person a child doesn’t know as an outsider creates uncertainty for the child and can hinder his or her readiness to ask for aid when needed. Researches state that kids who are taught fundamental safety principles and the way to decide which strangers are harmless to speak with stand better than children who are taught to tremble from people they don’t know.
If you too are worried as to how the child can be taught about strangers, these points can help you tackle the situation in a better way.