Surviving Aggressive People: Practical Violence Prevention Skills for the Workplace and the Street
This book teaches you how to recognize the subtle cues of aggression and stop a dangerous encounter before it starts. It offers realistic verbal de-escalation skills and practical methods for preventing aggression in schools, on the streets, and in other public places. In plain language, using plenty of examples, the book dissects the psychology of violence and provides skills to detect and deter a variety of potentially dangerous aggressors before a situation spins out of control.
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THE GROUND RULES
Listen to Your Intuition
THE PATH TO PEACE
Appendix A Escape Cues
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