By Tom Knighton
I’ve long believed that when it comes to self-protection, having a gun is great. However, you can’t always expect to have one. Sometimes you may need to defend yourself in an environment where you’re disarmed or can’t be armed.
That means to be a well-prepared individual you need to possess the skills and knowledge of what to do in an instance when you don’t have one.
It seems a new Iowa program has that same kind of thinking.
It’s called Refuse to Be a Victim. The course includes several classes which explain the signs of a potential threat as well as how to handle confrontations, during this holiday season.
“I know from experience a couple of years ago i did have a very odd situation at a parking lot at the mall. ”
Luann Johnson signed up for the course for this very reason, to avoid any confrontation from dangerous people.Especially during this time of year.
“I think women need to know all their safety precautions to take whether in the parking lot, at the work place at home in their automobile. Its a great thing women can learn,” says Johnson.
The seminar tells the students to look out for certain behaviors. And strategies …Read the Rest
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