Self defense for women has become a huge issue-from domestic violence to date rape, from assault in a parking lot to rapes on a college campus it seems as though women are the prime targets of these crimes, anytime, anywhere.
Hundreds and thousands of rape cases have been reported around the world, and studies and reports clearly show an increasing trend in this direction. Sadly, most cases go unreported-approximately 95%. Same is the case when it comes to murders, sexual assault, robberies and other crimes. It seems that women are not safe anywhere and vulnerable to different crimes all the time.
Sad to say most women fall into the category of "it happens to the other guy". They think such things cannot happen to them or always happen to other people. WRONG! More and more women are taking proactive steps to help prepare themselves for the day when something might happen-it is the prudent thing to do. Having a sense of self confidence is step number one.
Did You Know?
–One out of four women will be sexually assaulted on a college campus.
–One out of eight women will be raped while in college.
–84% of women who were raped knew their assailant.
–57% of rapes occur on a date.
–75% of male students and 55% of female students involved in date rape had been drinking or using drugs.
Just think about the world we live in today. Statistics show that every two and a half minutes someone in the U.S. is sexually assaulted. This would make you realize that no one is actually safe or immune from violence. It makes sense to be aware and prepare yourself before it’s too late. Save yourself from being the next statistic.
Preparation is the key to success when it comes to self defense for woman. It helps build the self confidence you need to prevail in an assault situation. Experts believe that when an assault occurs most victims are caught off guard, panic and don’t think clearly.
With a little courage, common sense and PRACTICE your survival instincts will kick in. Therefore to excel in the art of self-defense, you must be mentally and physically prepared. Just carrying self-defense weapons or attending a course will not help you anymore. You must keep PRACTICING some self defense tips and techniques so that you are always charged with the confidence to win in an attack.
Stay aware of your environment and do not let yourself to be caught off guard. Get a good self defense instructional DVD that can teach you what you need to know to survive a street attack. Learn the art of fighting back. Learn how to use and carry some non lethal self defense weapons such as stun guns and pepper spray.
Carrying these self defense products and getting the self defense training will offer you a sense of security and confidence and make you feel that you are armed to face an assailant anytime.