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"Ideally, your self-defense will never get physical. Avoiding the situation and running or talking you way out - either of these is a higher order of strategy than winning a physical battle." - Wise Words of Rory Miller, Facing Violence: Chapter 7: after, subparagraph 7.1:medical

"Read not to contradict and confute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider..." - Francis Bacon

Warning, Caveat and Note: The postings on this blog are my interpretation of readings, studies and experiences therefore errors and omissions are mine and mine alone. The content surrounding the extracts of books, see bibliography on this blog site, are also mine and mine alone therefore errors and omissions are also mine and mine alone and therefore why I highly recommended one read, study, research and fact find the material for clarity. My effort here is self-clarity toward a fuller understanding of the subject matter. See the bibliography for information on the books.

Note: I will endevor to provide a bibliography and italicize any direct quotes from the materials I use for this blog. If there are mistakes, errors, and/or omissions, I take full responsibility for them as they are mine and mine alone. If you find any mistakes, errors, and/or omissions please comment and let me know along with the correct information and/or sources.

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E-Language Processes to Follow:

Look at this as E-Language Tactics so you don't find yourself in a e-language self defense mode or attack:

Rule 1: Force yourself to "think" before we speak or write.
Rule 2: Write down you message and read them carefully before you actually write them.
Rule 3: Print out your Internet messages and read them before you send them or save them.
Rule 4: Do something else for a few minutes and then go back and read them before sending.
Rule 5: When you feel like you have been attacked, hold the message for twenty-four hours before responding.
Rule 6: When you fired the opening shot, intended or unintended, hold it for twenty-four hours before responding.
Rule 7: When you send an unfortunate electronic message, do make all efforts to repair matters. Call or send an apology and/or explanation. Do what you can to set matters right.
Rule 8: DO NOT share intimate personal information by voice mail, e-mail, or on the Internet.

Elgin, Suzette. "The Gentle Art of Self-Defense at Work." New York. Prentice Hall Press. 2000.

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