Managing unknown contacts

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    Managing unknown contacts

    This link is to a thread over on Total Protection Interactive about dealing with the "Interview" stage of a confrontation. SouthNarc (username) does a excellent job of discussing the pre-fight phase.

    you have to register to read the thread but it's worth it (seriously, it only takes a minute, go register).

    http://www.totalprotectioninteractiv...read.php?t=770
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    Highly recommended!

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    definitly worth reading. Now to practice, practice, practice.

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    The footwork works.

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    Tried 3 times to register, couldn't beat the "bot buster". I hate those things.

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    Avoid task fixation in public.
    That is in itself one of the best pieces of advice - for anyone but even more so maybe for ladies.

    Thx for the link Matt - that is a fine piece of work in that thread and the pics make it even better. A good and suggested read for any of us I reckon.
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