The fact that the subject of this piece went under Self-Defense training is a testament to building confidence and another tool to help one better cope with various situations of potential danger. I had a nervous condition develop from early toddler age due to lightning from a thunder storm when I was locked in a room because I would not eat mashed potatoes at dinner; learned to love mashed potatoes after that. And later I myself entered into self-defense Martial Arts training due to bullies at school that never wanted to leave me alone; fear left me though concerning potential fist fights and also gone was the fear of storms. In another instance the Veterans Administration was utilizing combat video simulations to help treat combat related PTSD under clinical guidance and it has been successful. In the end confidence building when it comes to personal attacks, where there is the option to defend yourself, and the ability to recognize potential dangerous situations before commitment is noteworthy. Facing the danger through controlled simulation, such as self-defense training and or combat related PTSD treatments builds confidence and can potentially rewire the mind.
i was raped by a doctor when i was in grade 7 & it damaged my whole life, i have never been my self 😰i always thought it was a normal thing until i blaimed my mum for not been around home it teard my love for her & i tried to kill my self but it was never successful life challenged me with both emotional & physical abuse in the house withoud any help 😦 finally i meet this two Ngo’s that made me to open up and build my self confidance back to reality.
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