When people think of “self-improvement,” they usually think of something physical: a new hairstyle, a trimmed waist, killer abs, toned muscles, breast implants, and more.
Whether we are physically or mentally prepared to protect ourselves and our families, we rarely think about their safety.
September presents a golden opportunity to reflect and take the necessary actions to improve your preparedness in the face of criminal attacks.
Women’s Self-Defense Institute has the tools and resources needed to help and train women to better prepare to reduce the risk of becoming victims of crime.
Taking the necessary steps to reduce exposure to crime is not fear, but prudent risk management. Just like most of us have learned to swim to avoid drowning. And/or if you took a CPR course to protect your family, self-defense is just another component of your preparation.
Self-defense training is a way to regain control of your life instead of feeling helpless in the face of adversity. That’s the offender, spouse, boss, and so on.
Self-defense training is more than just physical techniques for subduing criminals. Learning assertive behavior, verbal boundary setting, and fear management.
Self-defense training also impacts you psychologically through:
Whether you are an individual, an organization, or a company, the Women’s Self-Defense Forces Program has something for you. Take the first step towards safety self-improvement and check out our program.
**Angie M. Tarighi is CEO and Founder of Women’s Self-Defense Institute, which provides self-defense training, educational awareness and personal protection products that empower women to fight crime.