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4 Keys to Personal Safety

4 Keys to Personal Safety

These are the Cornerstones of the Safe4Life Personal Safety Program – if you can commit these to memory, you will be able to forever protect yourself. Key 1: Be Aware In public, notice where you are standing and how you are standing Show confidence, make eye...

A Personal Safety Promise to Yourself

A Personal Safety Promise to Yourself

“Today I was reminded that the most important thing is my safety – not the awkward feelings of others! I don’t need to worry about offending someone or protecting their feelings if they seem risky to me.” (Jagdeep V. Sept 2019) I just love comments like this in our...

HUGS! A “Greeting Guide” for Kids, Parents and Relatives

HUGS! A “Greeting Guide” for Kids, Parents and Relatives

As the season of family and extended family and friend get-togethers unfolds in the coming days and weeks, here are a few things to consider to ensure your children feel safe and respected. Friends and family members are be familiar to you, the adults. Grown-ups are...

Safety Tips for Women Who Run

Safety Tips for Women Who Run

Recently I was contacted by a local radio station (interview to come soon!) to comment on an article written by Meghan Collie of Global News (Posted October 18, 2019). In her article, she references a survey that was done in April 2019 by Runner’s World. “A recent...

Intuition – Trust its Wisdom

Intuition – Trust its Wisdom

A gut feeling would be an intuition, a gut reaction would be an instinct – BenCole 2012 When we see a television program about animals of prey in the wild fleeing from fear of a predator, that is a perfect depiction of an instinctual response. It is the gut reaction....

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4 Keys to Personal Safety

4 Keys to Personal Safety

These are the Cornerstones of the Safe4Life Personal Safety Program – if you can commit these to memory, you will be able to forever protect yourself. Key 1: Be Aware In public, notice where you are standing and how you are standing Show confidence, make eye...

A Personal Safety Promise to Yourself

A Personal Safety Promise to Yourself

“Today I was reminded that the most important thing is my safety – not the awkward feelings of others! I don’t need to worry about offending someone or protecting their feelings if they seem risky to me.” (Jagdeep V. Sept 2019) I just love comments like this in our...