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    Personal space/ stranger danger concerns.
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    MizzMegan posted:
    My two year old son frequently hugs anyone and everyone he comes into contact with (kids and adults) and has no concept of stranger danger. If I were to take him to the park and just let him run free I would probably never see him again because he doesn't check in with me and his father when we are out, he just goes. This is really freaking me out. what should I do?
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    batey12 responded:
    my little girl does that too... it scares me everytime. The only thing i have been told is to continue to tell them that no you cant do that those are strangers and just watch them until they get it.


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