Monday, July 8, 2013

Urban Personal Protection Tip: Leave The Area When Trouble Appears

Urban Personal Protection Tip: Leave The Area When Trouble Appears

Conflict resolution skills are not very common these days. If you happen to encounter two groups or two people involved in a passionately debated argument, you may want to leave the area, especially if you have children with you, before the matter gets settled.

Sometimes, there are no "good guys" involved in a disagreement. A "good guy" will overlook a minor trespass, take the high road, be the bigger person, and keep it moving to his destination. Arguments, debates, and disputes are not that important.

Something seemingly trivial can quickly spiral out of control. Debates on the street do not have moderators and it's only a matter of time before someone commits a trespass that can't or won't be overlooked by the other party. Many times, it is the peace-maker or the bystander, who is the only one who gets hurt.

For example, some people don't take rejection very well. If you are at a venue and someone is ejected from the premises, you should take that as a cue that it is time to go somewhere else. It is not uncommon for some people to retaliate by shooting up the place. Furthermore, you shouldn't be going to places where folks don't know how to behave.

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