Thanks for asking! It really was so short it was unable to cover a ton. They talked a lot about avoiding bad situations like going home with someone after a night at the bar. Check. Got that one down. But, I think I was able to take away a little bit. And, they did a pretty good job of avoiding talking about scary scenarios.Here's what I did take away: Confidence! Always walk with good posture and be aware of your surroundings at all times. Makes you a bad target. If you are accustomed to carrying keys between fingers to be used as a weapon (like I had been taught in high school) instead carry one key like a knife sticking out in front of you. Also makes you appear to be a bad target and a bit paranoid. :) hee heeWe also practiced a few escape techniques and small defense techniques on bulky armed-forces-trained volunteer men. That was really fun bringing those guys to their knees. Not a bad way to spend an evening.
sounds good. i like to picture the whocares girls sashaying around town, one key between their fingers, baby on their hips, thinking, "go ahead, make my day."(did they say anything about how to bring a criminal to his knees while carrying a small child?)
if i could wear those pants, nobody would mess with me. i had a choir director who had pants like that once. she was not one to be messed with.
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