16 November 2010

Crime: a family business

CyberShrink gets asked serious questions beyond relationships and stress - he has to come up with answers about family fraud, paranoia, and how to avoid being used as a drug mule.

Besides dispensing daily advice on how to manage stress, relationships, children, work pressures and mental illness, CyberShrink has to answer some unusual questions. 

I have this problem. I met this guy about a month ago and he is quite wealthy. He is in China at the moment and is then going to Phuket for a holiday. He has bought me a ticket to join him there. The problem is that he has asked me to bring 2 bags of his. With this drug thing in Thailand, I am petrified that there is something in these bags. Although there is nothing that I can see in them, people have clever ways of hiding it. What should I do? I do trust him and think that his request is innocent. but I need to be cautious. Is there somewhere I can take the bags to be checked out? Thanks.


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