By learning some of the basic principles of self-defense you can take control of your life and your safety whether you’re at home, in the parking lot of the, walking your dog, or in the clutches of an attacker.
The mere mention of physical assault is enough to send shivers up any woman’s spine. Most of us shake off the fear, cross our fingers and hope for the best. But, unfortunately, that’s not enough to chase the bad guys away. When it comes to personal safety, you have two choices: empower yourself or run the risk of being an easy target…
To take control of your everyday safety, you need strength, courage and common sense, says Kathleen Baty, founder of SafetyChick Enterprises (www.safetychick.com) and author of A Girl’s Gotta Do What A Girl’s Gotta Do (Rodale Books, 2003). “It isn’t about living paranoid,” she says. “It’s about living smart.”
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