The title of my 2nd book. SSPS are more than self-defense tips. If you are committed to a safe life for you, your family, SSPS is a Habit of Life. Maybe that is an oversimplification and maybe it is too vague, but in the next few posts, I thought we could chat about some of these secrets that a score of military, police, corrections, security and others have passed on to me over the last 30 or so years. Things as a PPCT Instructor Trainer (IT), I have passed on to about a thousand officers and lay citizens at risk.
Let’s start with a brief safety and survival training axiom for your child(ren). Specifically, “Raising Kids Who Can Protect Themselves.” Now, this is serious. Deadly serious, as a matter of fact. Recently two precious girls were found slain by one devil sonofabitch along a hiking trail not far from home. Their beautiful lifeless bodies a dual testament to the dangers lurking hidden within yards – sometimes feet – from our doorsteps.
I have no clue how they were raised or if their parents had incorporated some semblance of “survival awareness” in their upbringing. But you can scroll through my posts on this blog site & read my articles on (parents) becoming their child’s safety coach. Which I believe to be essential to inculcating a survival psyche in times when you cannot be with him/her/them.
A key survival strategy can be found in my Kid Escape Program. In this program we teach children how to escape an d evade the typical child predator.
Stay tuned. In the next two posts we swill chat about the exact skills you can teach your children in your safety coaching sessions at home how to:
- Not be targeted by a child predator.
- How to recognize a potential predator.
- How to escape a predator if ever approached.
- And, if “tagged” by a predator, how to easily escape his grasp.
- Worse case scenarios: How To escape from a car if abducted.
- Last Ditch: How to fight an adult bad guy, even if you are a child!
Until then, stay safe.