Woman Followed By Potential Attacker

Fight or Flight (or Fawn, Friend, Freeze)

Fad or no, your psychological state affects your self-defense strategy.

Spirit in the Knife

A handcrafted knife saved the day, possibly capturing the spirit of perseverance along the way.

How to Become a Shooting Coach (and Happier Person)

Empowering other women with self-defense know-how doesn’t just help them—it helps you, too.

Workplace Security & Employers Who Prohibit Guns

Workplace security is just as important as home defense.

Your Found Family: Shooting Sports Welcome You​

Like food and water, a sense of belonging is a fundamental human need, one that is often satisfied by being with your "peeps" on the range.

Even Flow: Effortless Shooting With Muscle Memory

You shoot much better than you know. Here's how to get out of your own way.

Gun Grief! Still No Ammo?

Dry-fire got you down? Ammogeddon anxiety? Let a licensed psychologist walk you through her gun grieving process.

Why Shooters Should Understand Psychology

For the same reason that gamers use cheat codes, of course!

On the Line: Mind Your Own Business!

We can learn a lot by watching others, but it may not always pay off. 

Missing Some Motivation? Try These Tips.

If you have resolved to go to the range on a regular basis, practice more often or learn something new, how do you ensure that you will actually do it?

 

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