To hear more of terry's story, visit lyrica.Com. There have been so many high profile abductions in the news recently. We were surprised to learn this is it the today. More than two-thirds of children... See More
To hear more of terry's story, visit lyrica.Com. There have been so many high profile abductions in the news recently. We were surprised to learn this is it the today. More than two-thirds of children and teens manage to escape when strangers try to abduct them. Tonight a prominent therapy test has written by simple tools that can really make a difference. Reporter: It is that heart-stopping moment caught on surveillance tape. Last year, a 7-year-old girl at an atlanta walmart grabbed by a man until she kicks and screams. He drops her and runs. And look what happened in philadelphia. A 10-year-old girl, her 2-year-old brother screams and pulls until a man runs away. Even little children can learn that some adults shouldn't be treated with respect. We have a chapter in the book called never mind your manners. Absolutely, fight, kick, everything. You may remember dr. Bailey, she was the therapist who helped jay gee dugard find her life again. She wrote a book about common sense things, for instance, something toddlers should know, mommynd daddy's real names. Some kids out on the street seem baffled. What's your mom's name? Mommy. Do you know my real name? Kara. Tell us what your parents' names are. Mommy and my daddy. Do you know their real names by any chance? No. The book says children of all ages love to play detective. So for instance, let your teenagers show you the dangers of the web and tell you when you must never get in a car with a stranger. In 2005 abc news hidden camera experiment showed how easily teens fall prey. This is a child safety expert pretending to be a plain clothes aufr officer arriving on the seen. Come over here. Jump in real quick, just sit in the driver's seat. That's all you got to do. Real fast. Mom nearby watches in horror. I can't believe it. It's hard to forget jaycee dugard's description of what happened to her 22 years ago as she walked toward the school bus. Halfway up my world changed in an instant. I thought somebody was looking for directions. Reporter: That was 22 years ago yesterday. Dr. Bailey says for the first time a kind of victory. Jaycee forgot. She had forgotten that it was 22 years ago yesterday. Reporter: She had forgotten? She had forgotten. Mom had not. For mom it's still that pain but she's getting better. And we thank dr. Bailey and jaycee and her mom. Coming up an innocent
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