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How to Drag a Body and Other Safety Tips You Hope to Never Need

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Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 9780062970930
Publisher: HarperCollins Publisher
Language: English
Page Count: 291
Publication Date: 6/16/2020
Size: 8.61" l x 5.72" w x 1.03"
Series: N/A

Everyone from Louis Pasteur to the Girl Scouts has championed the motto "Be Prepared" - but what does that mean in today’s constantly changing world? In this age of anxiety, when reports of mass shootings, political unrest, the threat of nuclear war, devastating natural disasters, and digital attacks dominate the news and are transforming our lives, we yearn for some control. We want to make sensible decisions to help keep us on track when everything seems to be going off the rails. We want to be ready - to the best of our abilities - for the worst that can happen.

As a seasoned war correspondent with more than thirty years of experience working in crisis zones and a pioneering safety consultant, Judith Matloff knows about personal security and risk management. In How to Drag a Body and Other Safety Tips You Hope to Never Need, she shares her tried-and-true methods to help you confidently handle whatever challenges comes your way.

Learn how to:

• Perform emergency first aid
• Create a bunker
• Keep yourself safe when traveling
• Keep yourself safe from online hacks
• and dozens of other invaluable tips to stay safe in any circumstances

Blending humorous stories and anecdotes with serious advice, Matloff explains how to remain upright in stampedes, avoid bank fraud, prevent sexual assault, stay clean in a shelter, and even be emotionally prepared for loss. From cyber security, active shooter situations, and travel, to natural disasters and emotional resilience, she shares tips that will give even the most anxious person a sense of control over life’s unpredictable perils. Unfortunately, we can’t anticipate all the crises of our lives. But with How to Drag a Body and Other Safety Tips You Hope to Never Need, you’ll find the skills and confidence you need to weather an emergency.

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