That Time I Thought I Was Being Abducted

Mistakes happen and we as a species spend a great deal of our lives making them and dealing with their consequences.  The importance and impact of each mistake we make is a fundamental building block of who we become.  These experiences generally have to do with our safety and awareness.  They shape our character and become the maternal voices of our inner […]

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Pathologically Polite – How Being Polite Could Be Putting You in Harms Way

Pathologically Polite   A letter from Sarah, I’m going to be honest with you. I do not wake up in the morning with the fear of being physically attacked. I’m not naïve to the possibility; I know that my petite stature is a beacon light, alerting the wolves of the world to my sheep status. I walk with purpose. I […]

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The Elephant in the Dojo…Duress!

In 1996 Peyton Quinn published a book through Paladin Press called “Real Fighting: Adrenaline Stress Conditioning through Scenario-based Training.”  In this book the Bulletman training suit was first introduced to me.  If you’re not familiar, this was basically a giant suit of padded armor with a huge helmet that allowed a simulated attacker to be hit with almost full force […]

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Protective Mom – How to be a Strong Momma Bear

Protective Mom Dear Momma Bear, How sharp are your teeth? When was the last time you sharpened your claws? When was the last time you Roared? Strange questions considering there are probably a finite amount of bear’s that have strong wifi connections out in the mountains and enough free time to answer my question.  But this is a serious question to all […]

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