Human Trafficking
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Human Trafficking

Improved mental health = less chance for human trafficking

When a person is down, distressed, or at the end of their ropes — they don’t think clearly. It’s when they are most vulnerable.

This is exactly what a human trafficker looks for. With a little attention, a few compliments, maybe a gift or two — and all of a sudden this person seems to be just what the ailing person needed. It’s not a huge leap to all of a sudden…



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Doug Bardwell

Writer & photographer in print & online. Proud husband, father & grandfather. Engaged volunteer with Red Cross, human trafficking prevention & social concerns.