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Country: India
Through various market research i find that cobra pepper spray is the most effective one and for more details log in with www.safetykart.com

Name: himanshu
Country: India
pepper sprays are available online on a lot of websites.. just type in google and you'll get a lot of responses. dont know about panic buttons..

Name: manvi
Country: India
where do we get panic buttons and pepper spray in mumbai?

Name: pratiksha
Country: India
my girl is very strong and s knows how to protect herself..

Name: adilenekate
Country: Australia
Hi,nevertheless that a women need to know more than this for her security when she is alone...all that she needs is how to tackle the situation and face the attackers,here we have a lot of info. and every woman should get trained up with all the basic skills to protect herself..take up classes from the best martial arts schools and be at the top,you can also get more information at http://karateforki ds.com.au/...why late just feel the difference to be the toughest.

Name: Jaya
Country: india
good article on self defence. i think every girl should know the art of self defence. you may never know when you will be in need....

Name: Daniela S.
Country: usa
i do not agree on the last posting telling children to turn and confront someone who may be "following" them. this is not a good idea. the correct approach is for the child to know to get immediately to a public area, neighbor they know, etc. i recently purchased a very good video called the bully factor . it is a video for kids and made by kids to educate children on how to get out of these potentially threatening situations using very basic techniques. the company who created this video did a great job. my children enjoyed it, learned from it and it also opened a conversation about strangers and bullies and dangerous confrontations. there is even additional information on their website about the second video that is coming out called "not me!". this next one will be about techniques your child can use in an abduction/aggressive stranger situation. i highly recommend purchasing these tapes if you are a parent with children ages 5-15yrs! you wont be disapponted! your child only has one life---give them the information they need to stay safe and protect it!

Name: Leena
Country: U.S.A.
for little girls, the training should start early. not in physical self-defense, but start teaching even 4-5 year olds how to walk away from strangers who are offering candy, trying to enlist them to go with them, etc. i teach my 4yr old girl to shout loudly if someone ever tries to handle her, "help, this is not my mommy! this is not my daddy!" at her age, she should never be far from my sight, but i want her to be ready just in case we get separated. she likes to practice shouting! :)

Name: macho
Country: India
learn karate

Name: latrice
Country: usa
i think

Name: sapna
Country: india
someone was following me once, and it was a boy of around 20, and i was around 25, and i was with a friend. both of us walked up to him and started shouting at him. he was a piddly servant somewhere. of course, it was in a public place, and he got really frightened bec he didnt expect this. children should not confront, but i think young women, who are older, should assess the situation and then decide if they should confront the person or not. the 20 year old was a short, skinny little thing, and there were 2 of us in a crowded, well lit place, so i didnt feel threatened at all, and he totally just ran away.

Name: Suresh
Country: India
ms.daniela s., if possible could u post some important points of that video of the bully factor / not me. the readers & myself can come to know and get interested. though i am not having a daughter, still i like this concept/idea and that every girl / lady / woman should be equipped with this martial art / self-defence techniques. to start with, every female / girl can start simple / basic exercises and/or yoga if possible. thanking you,suresh

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