What are you going to do, stab me?

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We’re not going to stab you, we promise. But what are you going to do? Stab us? You might be saying “I’m not stupid enough to stab someone!” and if that is the case then this blog post isn’t for you. If, however, you are feeling a little bit more adventurous than usual and want to know how best to defend yourself from a physical assault, keep reading!

What are some things I should NOT do when confronted with a violent person?

– Scream or make any sudden movements: The last thing that anyone wants is for an assailant’s attention to be drawn away from them onto those nearby. This will only result in increased violence directed at everyone around the victim.

– Try to negotiate a peaceful resolution: Negotiating with an assailant will likely result in increased violence. No one is expected to just hand over what he or she wants without any resistance, but it’s important not to engage at all if possible!

– Keep your hands up: It’s better to keep one hand in front of the other, rather than lifting both above head. Hands should be faced palms outwards and down at stomach level for best protection from a punch or stab.

– Don’t talk too much: Talking with an assailant can result in increased violence towards you! If they want information, it’s probably not worth what could happen if you don’t comply.

What are some things I SHOULD DO when confronted with a violent person?

– Get into contact using any means possible!: Call 911 right now! Be persistent and stay on the line until help arrives as long as there is no risk of harm to self or others by doing so. Many people put their phone on silent or vibrate mode, so be sure to keep the volume up and make a call as quickly as possible.

– Stay calm: This is not an easy task, but it’s important that you remain calm in order to avoid escalating violence against yourself! If they believe that they are more powerful than you because of your emotional state then they will become even more aggressive which can put both parties at risk.

– Don’t reach for weapons: Weapons may escalate their aggression towards you if used incorrectly! You don’t want them thinking about how easy it would be to get what they’re after from just taking something out of your pocket or purse without any resistance. It could lead to very negative consequences such as physical injury or death.

– Distract: If they’re not wearing a blade or carrying any sharp objects then you could try to distract them. This is more difficult than it sounds because most aggressors are fueled by rage and don’t think clearly in the moment, but if there’s an opportunity for escape or someone else present who can help without escalating violence then that will be your best bet.

– Be aware of what you wear: Wearing revealing clothing may lead people to attack us quicker! We want to avoid being easy targets so anything tight fitting like skirts and low cut shirts should be avoided as well as short shorts while out at night alone. You might also consider dressing up when going on late night walks, something that doesn’t scream ‘easy target’.

– Carry a cell phone with you when walking alone, or make sure to have one on hand if your best friend is driving and drops you off someplace. You want to be able to contact someone at any time in case of emergency.

– Avoiding eye contact: Eye contact can often encourage an aggressor to attack because they feel as though we are challenging them. If there’s no way around the situation then try not making direct eye contact but don’t break it entirely either, this will likely anger them more!

– Avoiding dark areas: The best thing to do in this situation is just avoid the darker, more isolated areas of the parking lot.

What are you going to do, stab me? what are you gonna do stab me irts and low cut shirts should be avoided as well as short shorts while out at night alone. You might also consider dressing up when going on late night walks, something that doesn’t scream ‘easy target’. Carry a cell phone with you when walking alone, or make sure to have one on hand if your best friend is driving and drops you off someplace. You want to be able to contact someone at any time in case of emergency. Avoid eye contact: Eye contact can often encourage an aggressor to keep following you, so it’s best to avoid looking at them if possible.

ly anger them more!

– Avoiding dark areas: The best thing to do in this situation is just avoid the darker, more isolated areas of the parking lot.

What are you going to do, stab me? what are you gonna do stab me irts and low cut shirts should be avoided as well as short shorts while out at night alone. You might also consider dressing up when going on late night walks, something that doesn’t scream ‘easy target’. Carry a cell phone with you when walking alone, or make sure to have one on hand if your best friend is driving and drops you off someplace. You want to be able to call for help should the situation escalate.

– Avoiding dark areas: The best thing to do in this situation is just avoid the darker, more isolated areas of the parking lot.

What are you going to do, stab me? what are you gonna do stab me irts and low cut shirts should be avoided as well as short shorts while out at night alone. You might also consider dressing up when going on late night walks, something that doesn’t scream ‘easy target’. Carry a cell phone with you when walking alone, or make sure to have one on hand if your best friend is driving and drops you off someplace. You want to be able to call for help should the situation escalate.

– How important short shorts while out at night alone. You might also consider dressing up when going on late night walks, something that doesn’t scream ‘easy target’. Carry a cell phone with you when walking alone, or make sure to have one on hand if your best friend is driving and drops you off someplace.

– Avoiding dark areas: The best thing to do in this situation is just avoid the darker, more isolated areas of the parking lot. Carrying pepper spray or other self defense items can be helpful as well but are not always effective against an armed attacker so it’s important they’re only used as last resort options for personal protection from physical harm.

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