The Skill Of Escaping Different Restraints
How To Escape From Handcuffs, Zip Ties, and Duct Tape! This is a survival skill that could save your life in the case your kidnapped and or another event where you find yourself restrained by handcuffs, zip ties, or duct tapes. The time to learn how to escape these devices is now… don't wait till you find yourself in a bad situation wishing you had learned these escape techniques. @havasusurplus@havasusurplus
What up, Fam! I seem to have been abducted… While I figure out a way to MacGyver my way free, I will break down ways to escape. Watch the video above… more videos below…
If you fear rejection or disapproval — or you feel guilty for saying no — or feel a lack of recognition — or you fear blame or criticism — you are responding to an irrational core belief. When this happens you become stressed or tolerate these feelings as normal.
People-pleasers often hide behind a mask. They are afraid to say “no” for fear of rejection. They feel responsible for how others feel. They often apologize for things that are not their fault. They feel burdened and uncomfortable even unhappy with their tasks.
We all need love and acceptance. We are very complex beings with physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs that must be satisfied for a balanced life. When we experience a lack of love it affects our whole being. We as human beings need love above all — love of others and love of self.
The first key is to love yourself. When we are comfortable with who we are we’re able to express our inner God-given gifts and talents without fear of rejection, criticism, or abandonment. The more you develop your self-love the easier it will be to be yourself.
As others see the real you and appreciate the real you, more people will appreciate and love you. It’s a cycle of increasing love and true self-expression. When we don’t love ourselves and we deny who we really are the cycle works in reverse.
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How To Escape Handcuffs and Other Restraints