Bad to the Bone
This is not just another technique or 'how to do' book. This text digs deep into the psyche of dealing with and exploring violence plus conditioning the mind to think about self protection as more than just physical response. Reality on the street becomes like a game of chess which is a cognitivebattle and if you can get a head start on understanding violence and aggression then you are more likely to remain safe. Kevin O'Hagn introduces you to a totally different and un-predictable arena, that being the psychology of confrontation. It's the art of survival.
Learn about the major differences between violent, aggressive and non contact confrontation and what you need to recognise in order to avoid a disaster happening. If just a few people are able to cause the intended end to thousands of human lives without sophisticated weaponary as in the Twin Towers Tragedy, what chance do you feel that you would have if you were put into a similar surroundings or just in the street?
Prepare yourself to recognise the many facets of aggression and violent behaviour so that you will not only see it coming your way, but will also be able to deal with it.
Written in an honest and down to earth manner this book is a must for novice and advance practitioners who want to gain an edge and deal with those people that are 'Bad to the Bone'
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