A cute young girl walks down the street with her headphones on, jiving to the music. An old man in jogging clothes walks behind her, slowly creeping closer and closer.
Grandma just finished grocery shopping. She puts the bags in the back seat, tosses her purse in the front seat, and returns the shopping cart to the drop-off area. Hiding behind a few cars down, a young man, watching her carefully, suddenly dashes toward her as she gets in her vehicle to leave.
A single working mother drives to an ATM after work with her first paycheck. She is taking her son out for dinner and a movie. She counts her money as she heads back to her car. A man in dark clothes lurks in the bushes where she passes by.
Scared? You should be. These could be you or someone you love.
You can't control every situation, but you can make smarter decisions like avoiding possible danger, preparing yourself for an attack, or protecting yourself.
To Be or Not to Be a Victim will empower you. It will show you how to avoid becoming a victim and, as a victim, how to fight back and survive.