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Domestic Violence Cannot Be Ignored in a Practical Personal Defense Plann our seminars we talk about the importance of focusing your personal defense plan on areas where you are most likely to be hurt or injured on a daily basis. When we ask for some examples of where this is most likely to be, we get answers like, at work, driving, at home, etc. These are all legitimate and correct answers. There is one area however, particularly related to females, in which we have yet to have it offered as an answer to this question, that is actually A LIKELY cause of injury or death. Domestic Violence - according to statistics anyway. How can this be overlooked? Well most likely its because those who have attended our seminars just arenít victims OR, if they are victims, few would be comfortable throwing it out as a possibility. Check out these stats from Domestic Violence Statistics website:
I want to focus on third one:
Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to womenómore than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined.
This being accepted as accurate, should we focus on this a critical area in our personal defense plan? Even if you do not currently consider yourself a victim, this can change quickly. I see it happen with families all of the time. On the other hand, many females, who are clearly victims of domestic violence, just donít understand what a victim really is or how Domestic Violence is defined.
Let me be clear about this with the understanding that I fully realize that what I am about to say is much easier said than done:
You cannot allow yourself to be a victim of a domestic assault, even one time, without a consequence to your abuser!
It only escalates!
And you must understand exactly what domestic violence is in your specific state. So many females just donít understand that there are many things that are considered criminal acts that most would never associate as such. Read and understand your states laws! And use your states resources! Every state has numerous, cost free resources for victims of Domestic Violence.
Published Jan 19, 2014
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