During Training, most people focus on the techniques and tactics that will help them win the physical fight that occurs when they are attacked, their “fight”. It is important to also spend time thinking about two other fights that occur every time there is conflict: The first is your fight with yourself to take the time, effort and energy to prepare. the second is the fight with the legal system and all of the other facets of Aftermath that occur when the physical fight is over.
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