Why is Sexual Assault Training Critical?

Science proves that our brains respond differently and uniquely in the event of a traumatic experience – like a sexual assault. Freezing up, “zoning out”, becoming immobile or paralyzed are all very real, very common reactions to an attack whether it’s at the hands of a stranger or far more likely, someone we know. When…

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Learning Physical Skills Online – Part 5

….. and here we are…. I think learning is possible, as I’ve discussed—and hopefully demonstrated. Possible is on the ticket, but what makes it probable? What makes learning physical skills online not only possible but probable? Nothing. Not. A. Damn. Thing. The reality is that it’s not any more probable than learning in a school.…

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The Eye of the Tiger p2

As we discussed in the first post it is often not simply a matter of “stranger danger” though that’s certainly still a relevant issue. And it’s not strictly a matter of it being someone that you know. Nope. In many cases the problem of predator and prey can have greater complexity than we give it…

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The Eye of The “Tiger” p1

Most of us have heard the song. We probably sang along with it. (A sincere apology to anyone who has ever heard me sing that song.) We associate the song with the feeling of power and courage and strength and tenacity and resilience. Today, I’m looking to give a different view of those words… We…

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