A Different Ending: Lessons in Violence Evasion
Optimum Performance Consulting, LLC, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 180 pages
It is estimated that there are over 700,000 women raped and between 3 and 4 million women abused each year in the United States. A Different Ending: Lessons In Violence Evasion is a collection of these heart breaking stories told once then retold with a different ending based on women who understand the principles of violence evasion. Mixed among the stories are horrifying statistics and must read preventive information gathered from the women who have experienced this violence and the many support organizations working to help them. Theresa Murphy and Dennis Mahoney are America's leading authorities on violence evasion and the creators of L.I.V.E. -- Lessons In Violence Evasion . An alternative to the memorized fighting techniques taught in standard self-defense classes, L.I.V.E is a new and unique system of movement designed specifically for women's natural capabilities to escape and survive violence.
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