Denial is quite the killer. It’s silent, it’s comforting, and then its effects strike when you aren’t prepared for your “moment of truth”. You need to critically evaluate how you would react in a defensive encounter, going through the steps and then letting one question really sink into your soul: If you were attacked, what would be going through your head at that instant? What would you be willing to have done, paid, sacrificed, bought, trained for, in order to make this situation go another way?
This group of students believes that knowing how to use a handgun is important for their safety and they became very confident and empowered after the class. It’s another skill they can add to their toolbox of safety measures.
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