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Ways a Woman can Defend Herself Women are targeted by many criminals because they seem fragile and cannot defend themselves Many women panic in the state of attack causing them to be easily overtaken A womans best form of defense is her mind Some ways in which a woman can defend herself seem strange but are actually very intelligent In many self defense classes women are taught to remain calm and use their head in serious situations Women often carry all their important belongings in a purse One easy way for a woman to guard her purse is to keep an eye on suspicious looking people If a woman suspects someone is following her or trying to steal her purse she should turn around and startle them by saying something unexpected A good example of this is when an elderly woman having sensed someone following her turned around looked the thief straight in the face and said Dont I know your mother Startled by the woman the criminal quickly ran in the opposite direction I believe that a womans intuition is important women can sense things before they happen Many people on the run often like to take joyrides in other peoples vehicles When a womans car is over taken by an intruder she usually panics and tries to regain control This technique puts the woman at a greater chance of getting killed in a car accident than by the car-jacker One woman was faced with being held hostage by a man that jumped in her car This woman remained calm and dialed 911 on her cell phone and placed it on her lap without him noticing The woman recited everything she saw giving the police hints to locate her The police having heard their entire conversation quickly spotted the car The woman was safely rescued and the man arrested Many women would have panicked in this situation but this woman used her
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