Wednesday, October 11, 2017

My Washington Times Review Of The New Superpower For Women

The Washington Times published my review of The New Superpowers for Women.

“When I was seventeen years old, I was kidnapped from a shopping mall in broad daylight, taken to an isolated location, and sexually assaulted,” writes Angela Rose in her foreword to Steve Kardian’s “The New Superpower for Woman.”

“When I saw a man approaching me, all of my internal alarms went off. He looked menacing and walked in an odd way. The parking lot was empty. It seemed that he was following me. I had an urge to run but ignored the messages my intuition was sending me, partly because I didn’t want to cause a scene.”

Angela Rose, a survivor activist and the founder and executive director of Promoting Awareness/Victim Empowerment (PAVE), goes on to state that this event that happened 20 years ago had profoundly changed her life. She notes that when Steve Kardian heard her story, he told her that she was lucky to be alive. She learned that statistically, the chances of surviving such an ordeal was less than 5 percent.

“The New Superpower for Women” is a must-read for all women so that they will never have to hear the words “You’re lucky to be alive.” It is a must-read for all parents so that they will never have to go through what my mom and dad did,” Ms. Rose writes.

Steve Kardian, a career law enforcement officer, FBI defense tactics instructor, and contractor for the U.S. Marshals Service, specializes in crime prevention and risk reduction for women’s safety. In his book, Mr. Kardian offers a guide to assessing predatory behavior before something happens. He explains what criminals and predators look for when choosing a victim, as well as how a woman can master the cues her body language sends out.

… Trust your gut, Mr. Kardian advises. A woman is one step ahead when she uses her intuition.

“Your subconscious mind is wired for safety. It analyzes and processes your surroundings constantly without your being aware of it, and will send out an alarm when it registers that things are not as they should be,” Mr. Kardian explains.

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