Gavin de Becker: The Gift of Fear

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Tuff in real lifeIt s rare to come across a book that totally changes the way you see things but this is one The Gift of Fear is a truly great piece of writing about self protection almost poetic in places and especially good or women though pretty vital to everyone Engrossing surprising and ultimately very empowering Please read it I have a long standing psychological investment let s say in the science of violence classifying it predicting it recovering A Ranchers Redemption from it This book spent a bit of time talking about the epidemic of violence which needs very little illustration than to say that three out of everyour American women will in their lifetimes be the victim of a violent assault and a large portion of those assaults will be sexual This is not something I need convincing on I often A Doctor, a Nurse, a Christmas Baby find myself in a packed and silent elevator car down to a train station or sitting I was intrigued when Amy Poehler kept mentioning this book in Yes Please so I decided to order it Sidenote Wouldn t this title be a great taglineor a Christmas themed horror movie This Holiday season give THE GIFT OF FEARAnyway a lot of this book is common sense and the author describes intuition or your gut eeling as deep voice THE GIFT OF FEAR De Becker says this is made of mostly unconscious processes like observing things and being able to predict what will happen based on common sense I was really let down by this book because again it s mostly just common sense There s Empowering book Gavin de Becker the man Oprah Winfrey calls the nation's leading expert on violent behavior shows you how to spot even subtle signs of danger before it's too late Shattering the myth that most violent acts are unpredictable de Becker whose clients include top Hollywood stars and government agencies offers specific ways to protect you.

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Sometimes we need a book like this because not everyone is as obvious as this guy Oh sure let me check in right nowThis book isn t about what to do after a crime has started Instead it s about how to prevent these things rom happening in the Her Kind Of Cowboy first place It s about using your intuition a natural response to things being off It s an instinctive survival signal that we ve had since the caveman days Sinceear is so central to our experience understanding when it is a gift and when it is a curse is well worth the effort Most of us ignore our intuition Maybe we don t want to look like an idiot while running away His Pregnant Christmas Princess from some weirdo on the street Many times we try to come up with explanations to explain theeeling away A lot of us don t want to appear rude to people Example Someone walks up to you asking Through the Language Glass for help but your gut is telling you to back awayrom this person You stay to help All martial artists should read this Hopefully you already know that awareness is by ar the most important aspect of self defense The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becker tells us how to tune into the body s natural awareness a subconscious intuition or danger that is hard wired into our psyche Basically he argues that our intuition is a Private Arrangements (Forged of Steele, far better judge than our logical mind when it comes to danger The author runs a securityirm that guards Presidents and A list celebs among others his training is in profiling dangerous criminals this is Silence of the Lambs type True You Are Not A Gadget fear is a giftUnwarrantedear is a curseLearn how to tell the differenceA date won't take no Sanctuary for an answer The new nanny gives a mother an uneasyeeling A stranger in a deserted parking lot offers unsolicited help The threat of violence surrounds us every day But we can protect ourselves by learning to trust and act on our gut instinctsIn this.

Othing really new hereAnother thing Forever Faithful (Forever Faithful, for the most part this book posits that it s mostly men stalking harassing and being violent mostly toward women You have to get to the last third of the book beforeemale assailants are even given any mention and mostly those are in the Friendfluence form of overly attached girlfriends There s thatamous Margaret Atwood uote in there about men being afraid that women will laugh at them but women being afraid that men will kill them except the author doesn t even attribute it to her at all I kept having to double check that this book was indeed written by a man because most of the book is about men being the only ones capable of being monsters and only women seem to be mentioned if they are a jilted or delusional lover It just didn t One Part Woman feel balanced to me especially in a world where the statistics ofemale on male crime are greatly reduced Stranger for various societal reasons I m sure male onemale crime is a higher statistic than the other way around but this issue is neither touched upon or glossed over it s simply ignored The Gift of Fear is basically telling you that unless you pay attention or obsess over someone you ll be a victim if you re a woman I actually don t Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis find that useful or empowering at all The Gift of Fear taught me some important lessons abut paying attention to your instincts The author spent decades in protection and grew up in an abusive violent home so he knows what he s talking about Some of his idea. Rself and those you love including how to act when approached by a stranger when you shouldear someone close to you what to do if you are being stalked how to uncover the source of anonymous threats or phone calls the biggest mistake you can make with a threatening person and Learn to spot the danger signals others miss It might just save your life.

Gavin de Becker is an expert on the prediction and management of violence He has served on President's Advisory Board at the US Department of Justice and the Governor's Advisory Board at the California Department of Mental Health; he now runs a consulting firm which advises government agencies universities police departments corporations and media figures on the assessment of threats and ha