Stop, Thief!

Beck, Martha
May 2011
O, The Oprah Magazine;May2011, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p77
The article offers information on the importance of self-defense for women. It states that like all opportunistic criminals, emotional muggers target people who wander around bad neighborhoods. It mentions that becoming a victim not only attracts muggers but can leave you so emotionally tapped out that you turn to psychological crime yourself.


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