Self Defense Blog

May 2019

January 2019

A Pediatrician Just Laid Out How to Protect Your Child From Sexual Abuse—And She’s Begging You to Listen

I love this article.  The Dr. really lays it out there, from sleep overs, to grooming, to the falsehood of stranger danger.  She really makes some great points all of which I agree with, have taught my own kids and teach most of it, as appropriate to my students.  [...]

November 2018

Burglar’s give out Their Secrets, What Keeps Them From Breaking In to Your Home.

This is a very informative article.  There is ton’s of great advice, I think #6 and #12 and #13 are the biggest take aways for me.   One other important thing that I learned, once they get into your house they will find your hiding place and take your things, [...]

October 2018

Change your Walk, Reduce Your Risk of Attack

This is such an important subject.  I am so glad that research is backing up what myself and other self defense experts have been saying for a very long time.  How you walk, how you present yourself to the world non verbally is a key indicator of your risk [...]

September 2018

The Best Ways to Teach Your Child about Stranger Danger, Hint, Don’t use Stranger Danger

The Best Ways to Teach Your Child about Stranger Danger, Hint, Don’t Use Stranger Danger Stranger Danger is not a good title or term to use when teaching your children about abduction prevention, sexual assault and child molesters.  Why?  Because it is often someone the child is familiar with such [...]

January 2018

Most things that will KILL you can be prevented. Yup that’s right, prevented

Most of the Things that will kill you before your time, CAN BE PREVENTED or ELiMINATED Most don’t realize that prevention in all things is essential.  That means living a mindful and prepared life.  At some point in our lives we all get concerned about dying or getting killed by [...]

November 2017

How we walk can influence an attack, self defense and body language

Self Defense is more than kick, punch. I have stated this fact for years.  I have posted numerous sources on body language and conflict avoidance here in the self defense blog, so the readers and students should know where I stand on this subject.  Body language and how you present [...]

October 2017

Sexual Assault Statistics in Canada

Canada is suppose to be a safe place, right?  Well this proves that no one is ammune from sexual assault.  If it is like this in Canada, imagine what it is like here in Colorado and on Campus.  We are worse than these statistics by far.  Remember that ACT [...]