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Friday, May 24, 2013

The "It Could Never Happen To Me" Mentality.

By Berkley R. Bruce

I'm sure we all know someone who has no interest whatsoever in any kind of self-defense or personal protection training or anything related. They remain oblivious and unaffected by the headlines, TV news and sometimes even when things happen uncomfortably close to home. These people suffer from the "it could never happen to me" mentality. They live under the delusion that bad things only happen to other people or only to certain types of people. They call people who train and prepare themselves paranoid, trouble seekers or think they live in fear. For the majority of people who practice some form of the Warrior Arts, this couldn't be further from the truth. These people simply exist and think in the real World, where bad things do often happen to good people.

Those with the "it could never happen to me" mentality, would do well to develop a more open mind and broader vision. They may come to realize that many of the victims they read about and see on TV, once felt like them. They probably subliminally chanted the same internal mantra, "it could never happen to me". Until one day, it did.

If you are one who harbors this mentality, realize that you may very well be taking your baby steps toward becoming a statistic. Once you fall victim to this thought process, you can easily fall victim to almost anything else. The World is not always a friendly, happy place. That is not a reason to become paranoid. Just a reason to become more educated, aware and real.

1 comment:

  1. Self defense is one of the major reasons for people to take martial art training. All of the martial arts classes demand strong fitness as punching and kicking are very exhausting activities. This will burn lots of calories and skills are very hard to grasp easily, that is why it is such a good way of workout too. To be able or qualify for the learning of MMA, you need to be completely fit and energetic. If you plan to join such classes then it can definitely improve your strength and boldness.But at the same time there is always a threat of an injury while learning martial arts. So your trainer will be responsible to analyze your body. He/she first of all should know your weakness and strengths then work accordingly.