When it comes to defending yourself or your loved ones, you need both capability and capacity.
A woman was in the shower when she heard her two children screaming from the living room.
A laundromat employee was forced to respond to a physical attack.
A woman who was reportedly physically and mentally abused for days by a man gained control of his gun during a struggled and turned it on him.
A pregnant woman and a man were engaged in an argument one morning when the man started to choke her.
Your intuition is great at keeping you out of danger—but it’s not so great as a justification in self-defense court.
There are two broad types of violence/assault. Here’s how to recognize which type of situation you might be in and how to get out.
A woman attempted to de-escalate an argument with her husband, but instead he threw her to the ground and began shaking her.
You can improve your situational awareness by putting yourself in a predator’s shoes.
When a woman confronted a group of thugs attempting to break into her vehicle, one of them pointed a gun at her.