The fact is people with physical limitations are often the victims of violent crimes because criminals tend to prey on those who are weaker and less likely to fight back. However, even if you are physically limited, there are things you can do to defend yourself. Here are five tips that can help keep you safe no matter your physical condition.
If you’re taken hostage, the first 30 minutes are the most critical. Should you ever find yourself in a hostage situation, here are six things you can do to survive that first half hour — and hopefully make it home to your loved ones unharmed.
This week, I decided to revisit reader questions about self-defense. Read on for a refresher in personal protection protocol.
In the past few months, there have been some horrific murders of joggers. Many of these murders occurred in broad daylight, dispelling the myth that these attacks only happen in the dark. So here are seven ways to stay safe while jogging.
If you’re assaulted in a confined area — without a firearm — and you have no choice but to fight back, then you need to overwhelm your attacker with force. In other words, you should perform this specific attack with everything you’ve got.
This week’s mailbag covers an emergency water source in your backyard, how to win at poker and what to do in the event of a nuclear attack. Let’s get started.
We’ve got quite a full mailbag this week — covering questions from how to choose a home security system to the advantages and disadvantages of Kevlar cord versus paracord.
I hope you are still enjoying leftovers from your Thanksgiving feast. Me, I’m back to business answering more reader mail. Without further ado, here’s your new edition of the Weekly Drop, including tips to stay safe while shopping for the holidays.