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On The Emotional Edge Of Training – Why You Shouldn’t Jump

. . . “The training was forcing her to face realities that she wasn’t expecting to have to deal with so soon, or at all. First, she fully admitted that she didn’t like thinking about the world and the people in it as being less than pleasant. Second, she didn’t like thinking about her own weaknesses, which led to her thinking about her own mortality. “

Training Success Story: Quick Decisions In A College Dorm

  This past semester (Spring 2018) I had the pleasure of teaching Women’s Self Defense to approximately 80 female students at The Ohio State University.  During their credited class, they learned basic personal defense skills, both mental/psychological and physical techniques.  Quite a few of these young ladies had little to […]