running away

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"Whether young people are struggling with their mental health or experiencing difficulties at home, it is important that they understand the dangers of running away and can access professional help."
He then wrapped his arms around her and thrust his groin into her before running away.
She said: "I thought they were just scared of the horses when they were running away.
"Running away from an accident site backfires on those who cause the accident," Lt Col Al Falasi said.
"When we tell people we are running away to Gretna, everyone is delighted for us.
"There should be no conversation that's too uncomfortable to have with your child, and discussing the tough stuff could really make a difference and help stop them running away."
Shea finally understood that her owner was very worried about her and that she risked her safety by running away. Shea felt loved and as though she belonged at home, and did not run away again.
Bob Brown, who was skateboarding towards the scene of the crime, heard the woman scream for help and threw his skateboard at the suspect that was running away with the purse.
CHANTELLE, 17, started running away from home when she was 13 because she was being bullied at school and felt her mother and father didn't care about her.
Taylor Edwards has a habit of running away from the consequences of her actions.
Up to 70 percent of the approximately 700 female prisoners in Afghanistan have been imprisoned for running away, nearly always for fleeing forced marriage or domestic violence, a March 2012 Human Rights Watch report found.
Our goal is to identify long-term effects of running away from home so we can better educate parents, teachers, and other adults to get involved, address the issues, and ultimately prevent a runaway situation.