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Mindful Defense by David Dibella - 3w ago
A headlock can pose a serious danger and leave you extremely vulnerable. Often times ..read more
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Attending college is full of new experiences, friends, opportunities and ..read more
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When it comes to personal protection, simple is better. Simple is easy to ..read more
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Uber and Lyft are ride services that are convenient and popular. Unfortunately, they can present some serious dangers. Drivers impersonate ..read more
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When developing your self-defense plan, think in terms of layers. Build-up, or layer multiple defenses that an aggressor must penetrate ..read more
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Pre-Meeting Preparation Time should be spent researching who you are meeting with as well as the location. Remember, you are in charge of ..read more
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I have always been an advocate of keeping things simple. This is particularly true when it comes to self-defense. When presented with ..read more
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People are constantly asking about the best everyday carry for self-defense. They are confused by the plethora of self-defense devices ..read more
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A purpose-built, “tactical” flashlight is one of the most important tools you can carry for self-defense. A flashlight can be used to ..read more
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Home security doesn’t have to be costly or complicated. Here ares 5 things you can do today to make your home a hard target. Secure Your Garage Door Opener: Do not leave your garage door opener in your vehicle. It’s too easy for someone to break into your vehicle and then use the garage door opener to enter your home. Get a key fob opener and keep it secured at all times. Display a Burglar Alarm Sign: The most important part of an alarm system is the sign. Nothing says pick a different house to rob like a burglar alarm sign in your front yard. The presence of security cameras is an excellent deterrent as well. Indicate That a Dog is Present: Hang a beware of dog sign on your doors and gates. Place a large dog bowl and bone by your back door. If you have a dog and it becomes agitated, take it as a warning that something may be wrong. Eliminate Exterior Hiding Places: Do not let your bushes become overgrown. Holly and rose bushes are nice prickly options. Walk around your property at different hours and under different lighting conditions. Determine which areas are visible and which are not. Beware of potential hiding places. Keep the Exterior of Your Home Well Lit: Eliminate dark areas with lighting and motion detectors. Motion detectors are an inexpensive way to activate lights that will scare off most people. When a motion activated light comes on, a person does not know if a person turned on the light and will have to assume someone is watching. I hope you’ll implement these 5 tips today and make your home a safe place! The post 5 Ways to Make Your Home a Hard Target appeared first on Mindful Defense. ..read more

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