Comment: At some point or another, many people, or at least many women, have taken some sort of self-defense classes; but physical self defense is such a small part of the
protective skills that most of us need to learn. Arguably of more
importance is to learn how to recognize and protect ourselves against
people who might not necessarily cause us physical harm, but can devastate
us mentally and emotionally.
According to the American Psychiatric Association, about one in every 25 Americans has 'antisocial personality disorder', which in layman's terms means that they simply don't have a conscience - they're sociopaths. Sociopaths tend to be superficially charming, often larger than life and usually clever - but they live only to dominate and win, and feel no guilt in doing so ...
Blood at the Root
"A gripping, timely, and important examination of American racism."
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