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Self Defense for Women: Tips, Techniques and Methods to Protect Yourself

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Self Defense for Women - Tips, Techniques and Methods to Protect Yourself

Table of Contents
Introduction
Mental Attitude Towards Violence
How to Stop from Panicking?
Facing Your Attacker
Rules to Protect Yourself
Going Out to a Party?
When You Are Walking
What If You Are Being Followed?
Traveling on Your Own
Traveling in Your Car
Relationships Going Wrong
No Means No
To drink Or Not to Drink; That Is the Question
Learning How to Fight Back
How to Protect Yourself Against Grabs
Conclusion
Author Bio
Bonus Content
Introduction
Chapter 1 Does a Woman Need a Gun for Self-defense?
Chapter 2 What type of gun is for me?
Chapter 3 How to get started
Chapter 4 The Cardinal Rules of Gun Safety
Chapter 5 Parts of a Gun
Chapter 6 Learning to Fire your Gun
Chapter 7 Practical Shooting – the sport
Chapter 8 When you are under attack
Chapter 9 Additional Safety Precautions
Conclusion
Author Bio
Publisher

Introduction

Did you know that since the beginning of time, women and children have always been the focus of violence, especially brutality at the hands of their fellow beings? The cases of crimes against women and children have been a part of social life for centuries, and that is why self-defense against such incidents have also been a part of training and upbringing in many parts of the world down the ages.

Different items for self-defense have been used down the centuries, by different peoples, and also training to protect oneself from harm has also been the way of life. However, such warrior training was stopped in the 19th and 20th century in many parts of the West, because people were more concerned about training their children either for a profession or for taking care of a family.

That is why these self-defense and body strengthening exercises slowly and steadily went out of a normal day to day’s activities. From the 16th century onward, the idea began to be promulgated, that it was the man’s job to protect the woman, and it was sinful for a woman to think of anything to protect herself, because she was doing something which was contrary to her nature. Well, these were the dark ages.

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