Self-defense methods against verbal abuse
Verbal abuse can be exposed in many places, such as at school, at home or in the workplace, and this abuse can be through sarcastic statements or offensive comments and many others, so it is necessary to know how to defend oneself to confront these abuses, and in what follows are some ways to talk about how to defend About the self
Respond to verbal attacks.
Remain calm despite the insults.
Reject the person’s attack by ignoring or making it clear that the note is not disturbing.
Agreeing with the attacker if some of the claims are true, as the attacker could lose power and relevance.
Deconstruct the attacker’s note by asking questions about the allegations.
Take appropriate action
Leave when you feel unsafe.
Submit a complaint about the attacker to the person responsible.
Establish special boundaries with the attacking person and self-defense.
When the insult is repeated, the relationship with the attacking person must be ended
Identifying emotional needs
Identify your strengths.
Being around positive and supportive people.
Forgiving the attacker to counteract the effects of abuse.
How to defend yourself against physical violence
Physical violence can be exposed in various social settings, and this type of violence may cause serious injuries, whether psychological or physical, and to protect oneself from the danger of these abuse must be defended, and in what follows will be talked about how to defend oneself against physical violence
Maintain a defensive posture
Protect the face by hands.
Standing aptly as stopping ways in fighting games.
An assessment of the attacker’s position and the means of attack to be taken.
Avoid fighting and fleeing if the attacker is in a strong position.
Punching in the face with multiple punches, then running away to get help.
Drop the foot too hard on the attacker’s foot if he is holding onto the person from behind.
Kick the attacker’s knee if he can grab the person’s neck.
If falling to the ground, attempt to fall over the attacker.
Escape from conflict if the attacker possesses a weapon
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