When seconds count, help will be there in minutes. Have you ever heard that expression? It’s a true statement.
There are times when people need help- in all aspects of their lives. This is normal. There’s a difference between calling somebody to “help” and calling somebody because you are “helpless.”
No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, being able to defend yourself should not be a political issue. Being capable is something we all should be, and we are in the business of helping you become more capable at defending yourself and those whom you love.
YOUR safety is YOUR responsibility. Current events show us that this is a fact of life, and this fact should not be ignored.
As an illustration… on occasion, we have a child who comes to class and says something like, “I don’t have my boxing gloves today because my mom forgot them.” I then ask, “Whose gloves are they?” The response by the child is always, “They are my gloves.” I then ask, “Then, is it your job to remember them, or is it your mom’s job?” (They usually look down and then express that it’s their job and not their mom’s.)
As adults, we instill lessons like these into our kids so that they learn personal responsibility. Unfortunately, because we often don’t want to acknowledge that we live in a dangerous society, we don’t always transfer those lessons to areas related to our safety.
Are you capable of keeping yourself safe? If the answer is, “No,” then the next question you should ask yourself is, “Whose safety is it?” The answer… is that it’s your safety, and you are responsible for it… not your elected officials… not the police… YOU.
If something were to happen, and you were in a position where you needed to defend yourself, could you? Do you have the self defense training necessary? If you want to answer that question in the affirmative with confidence and strength, give us a call at 860-922-5343 , or click here to register online for a free introductory session.