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10 STEPS TO LIVING A SAFE LIFE

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We all want to be safe, whether it means safe in our lover’s arms, a good environment, physical safety or financial stability; safety is the threshold we never want to tip. Even in Psychological Science, Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs places safety as only the second bar needing fulfilment after we’ve satisfied the basic needs of breathing and eating, for example. That should say something!
Safe is a word that is basically defined as being secure, at ease and not in danger. So how do we achieve a safe life in a world terrorized by uncertainty, violence, natural disasters and selfishness among other vices?
1. UNDERSTAND SAFETY Safety – what a boring word. But in all actuality, its one word that matters most whether we are conscious of it or not. There is a safety we want for our emotions, safety for our finances, families, business, automobiles and the list goes on and on. Safety is important on all levels. Living a safe life does not mean doing nothing, hiding in a hole and waiting. Well…

5 STEPS BEFORE YOU MAKE A DECISION

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We make decisions every day, from what time we set our alarm clock, to what who we want our friends to be. Some decisions are meager and do not affect our lives but other decisions are life-altering even if we did not think they'd be when we made them. The following are 5 steps you need to take into account before making any decision.



1. WHY :  Your Goal Is to

What is causing you to do that action, Is it a priority, Are you under pressure, Are you making the decision due to intense emotions, Had you decided to do it before or thought about it before hand or is it on impulse? Does it feel right? Do you have a choice?


2. WHO : Does It Involve Others

GETTING HOME SAFELY : 12 TIPS FOR GIRLS WALKING ALONE

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Some of us live in what is considered a safe area, where crime rates are relatively low and a trip to the shops or to and from school isn’t given much thought while some of us live in “high risk” areas where walking anywhere can be dangerous but unfortunately necessary. This article aims to make you more street smart and help you decrease your chances of becoming a target and increase your knowledge of how to decrease your chances of being attacked, robbed or abducted while walking alone whether during the day or night.
Always walk in groups when possible and avoid going out at night alone but if you must walk somewhere on your own use these powerful tips to protect yourself and please share them with your family and friends!
Remember that our best assets are knowledge, instinct and common sense!
1. DON'T ACCEPT LIFTS FROM ANYONE Don’t get into anyone’s vehicle even if they seem harmless or you have seen them before. Many girls have been abducted while walking home by people they…