My “When Parents Aren’t Around” webinar series for Ryukyukan Okinawa Karate and Kobdudo, Matsuri Dojo returned to soft skills training on Saturday. We looked at the subject and skills related to anti-abduction. The presentation addressed the reality of child abduction and the infamous “Stranger Danger” myth. It is imperative for all responsible self-protection teachers to understand and teach that the overwhelmingly more likelyl type predator in a child’s life is going to be someone they know rather than some faceless shadowy villain. We then looked at the rare examples when abductions have been attempted before delving into the issues connected adult-on-child assault. This includes anti-grooming, being made aware of warning signals given away by manipulators. Finally, we discussed the “bystander effect” and discussed ways to defeat this in an assault situation, including the 10/80/10 theory.