How to Stay Safe in Abusive Relationships and How To Create a Safety Plan

Best Selling Author of THE GIFT OF FEAR

Best Selling Author of THE GIFT OF FEAR

My teacher Gavin de Becker appeared on OPRAH recently sharing life saving advice. I cannot offer a higher recommendation for this advice.

“Stay Alive” Expert and Best Selling Author of THE GIFT OF FEAR Gavin de Becker Unveils the New Tool to Keep You Safe

How do you stay safe if your abusive ex has partial custody of the kids? Gavin de Becker’s advice on how to create a safety plan

http://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/Gavin-de-Becker-on-Protecting-Your-Family-Video

Gavin de Becker has saved countless lives. Now, he reveals the cutting-edge test that might save you or someone you love.

Teri’s Story
Her ex-husband beat her, stuffed her in a garbage can and left her for dead. Why Gavin de Becker wants you to hear her story.

MOSAIC
It’s the online assessment that could save your life. Take Gavin de Becker’s free and anonymous test today.

Protect Your Family
How do you stay safe if your abusive ex has partial custody of the kids? Gavin de Becker on how to create a safety plan.

The Gift of Fear
Gavin’s empowering book shows you how to spot subtle signs of danger before it’s too late

Relationship Red Flags
Bruises aren’t the only sign of a violent relationship. The four red flags Gavin says too many women overlook.

Source: http://www.oprah.com/showinfo/Stay-Alive-Expert-Gavin-de-Becker-Unveils-New-Tool-to-Keep-You-Safe


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Author

John Nottingham, EPS is a graduate of Bodyguard Training International / USA Bodyguards. He was trained at Gavin De Becker Academy for Protectors and in Advanced Threat Assessment and Management. A Sixth Degree multiple Black Belt holder he served in a Special Forces Airborne reserve unit as a Military Intelligence Analyst. He is the founder of Nottingham Training Systems, Nottingham Security and the USA Martial Arts chain of schools.

The Firm

NTS Nottingham Training Systems is a public and private sector consulting and training firm specializing in developing mission specific solutions for first responders, law enforcement, military, security and civilians.

Nottingham Sword&Shield Security is the Protective Division of LCI Inc. which provides security strategies and solutions to public and private clientele. Nottingham Security serves and advises media figures, corporations, government agencies, police departments, universities, and at risk persons of situations that might escalate to violence. Nottingham Security’s capabilities include: individual, executive, family, children, event and mobile high and low profile protective services.

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2 Responses to “How to Stay Safe in Abusive Relationships and How To Create a Safety Plan”

  1. myhypotheticaldivorce Says:

    thank you so much for sharing this.

    the assessment is very eye opening.

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