What should you do if your home is near a post-code that’s well known for its violence, as you read in local newspapers of reported rapes or muggings, and sirens that echo through the night? Luckily, you might just live on the fringe of “Gotham” town and never encounter an attack on your area; but these hoodies, muggers and violent rapists do not need your permission to enter your wealthy and peaceful street and once an incident has occurred, the law can regrettably do very little to help.
Keep in mind
There are not any police on the beat anymore, and it takes some time for the authorities to respond to your telephone, by which time it could be too late; yet another article in the newspapers but this time it’s your neighbourhood, your specific post code and a picture of you and your family on the front page.
It’s extremely possible you will become a target of violence later on. Urban and town figures overwhelmingly support this; the question is has it arrived in your area, and will another reported sufferer be you walking across that tranquil lane tonight? Visitors from the crazy side look for an opportunity and a potential victim.
It’s worth noting that the victims they choose aren’t young, beautiful, sexy or famous people: their principal strategy is surprise. They would find a young or older person fumbling for keys, engrossed in their iPhone whilst walking down the road or a single mother living on her own in a deserted part of town. Each is a potential victim. Self-defense isn’t all about waiting for it to happen, and if it does, being ready to defend yourself and your dwelling.
Would those few evenings you invested at the gym and those DVDs you purchased be sufficient? Have you ever taken the precautions on the best way best to make your home and your family safe? So just because it’s wise to wear your seat belt when driving, it is sensible to understand how best to react to a possible violent incident in your area. If you’re frequently away from home, it would be sensible to take some precautions to protect your home and household.
If you’re planning to go abroad for a reasonable period, contact the Community Police Officer at your nearest police station and ask them if they could see your house and make any recommendations on security and security. For those who have a young family and are often in and out of the home, get a puppy.
Get a dog!
A dog is your very best hindrance or alert against anyone trying to enter your dwelling. And it’s also wise to engage the dog in a household protection training program. Never allow anyone into your dwelling. If there’s an emergency outside, inform them you may call the Emergency Services. We know there isn’t any Self-Defence for all circumstances, since there are too many unique forms and degrees of violence.
So, to prevent and survive the sudden, to walk away from a possible issue, to turn-a-round from a potential threat ahead or to move away from this person that you have just met; those are driven by your intuition, that inner voice which says. Avoidance and consciousness based on your intuition is the most valuable strategy to avoid getting killed or hurt.
So if you’re suddenly confronted by an attacker and your only means of success is a physical reaction to his attack, somewhere down the line you neglected – remember, your first principle of Self-Defence is avoidance and consciousness: you’re currently in a struggle to save your skin as you may unknowingly have walked onto his “turf,” his “Patch,” that is something that you might have been able to prevent. Powerful self-improvement starts and ends with your mind-set, your ideas, your consciousness, and your intuition – that at this stage states.