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1.) Don’t wear headphones:

Your ears are an important piece of sensing danger. You may even consider heightening your hearing through listening techniques.

2.) Carry a Whistle:

While many women already do this, most do it incorrectly. Don’t carry it on your keys or in your purse. When walking at night, carry it around your wrist or in your hand.

3.) Wear Running Shoes:

Bring an extra pair of shoes with you to work. There is nothing more vulnerable than having to run from an attacker in high heels.

4.) Take Basic Self Defense:

You don’t have to spend $1,000 and 3 months of training to learn basic self defense. However, I would recommend taking a physical class. There’s nothing like hands on experience.

5.) Learn How to Use a Weapon:

Sure. This is a last resort tactic. But we must remember, anyone willing to attack a women, will likely have a weapon. A weapon is an advantage. It levels the playing field. But you must know how to properly use it. Ask a friend or do some research on how to properly use a knife, pepper spray, or taser. Preparedness is the greatest form of confidence.