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Unconscious Confidence

By Regina Rowley | June 20, 2013

If you don’t have the physical skills you used to, it likely means you’re even more of a target for the epidemic of random street violence escalating across the globe today. It’s the reason why this information is even more critical to you. Here’s a snippet taken from TFT Master Instructor Chris Ranck-Buhr’s recent article, […]


Domestic Violence

By Regina Rowley | June 8, 2013

Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior perpetrated by an intimate partner against another. It is an epidemic affecting individuals in every community, regardless of age, economic status, race, religion, nationality or educational background. Violence against women is often accompanied by emotionally abusive and controlling behavior, and […]


Safety Tips for Targets of Stalking, part 2

By Regina Rowley | June 20, 2012

Safety Tips for Home • Alert your friends, neighbors, and apartment building personnel about your situation. Give them as much information as you can about the stalker, including a photograph of him/her, and a description of any vehicles s/he may drive. Ask them to notify you or call the police if they see the stalker […]


Safety Tips for Targets of Stalking, part 3

By Regina Rowley | May 27, 2012

Safety at work or school: • Alert all co-workers, schoolmates and on-site security staff about your situation. Give them as much information as you can about the stalker, including a photograph of him/her, and a description of any vehicles s/he may drive. Ask them to notify you or call the police if they see him/her. […]


Safety Tips for Targets of Stalking

By Regina Rowley | May 20, 2012

The next several blogs will have suggestions on how to keep yourself safe if you are being stalked or harassed. Stalkers can be someone who you are/were in a relationship with, a coworker, acquaintance or even a stranger. These are general suggestions which may not be appropriate in every situation – please pick and choose […]


Hitting the Target?

By Regina Rowley | May 6, 2012

Any skill set will improve with regular practice; typing, shooting, cooking, driving, and observation skills. As you go from one activity to another in your day, observe the people around you. Visualize what you would do if: that man on the corner grabbed your hair as you walked by; you noticed a van following you; your friend’s […]


Ten Warning Signs of Abuse

By Regina Rowley | April 20, 2012

This post is in light of February being Teen Dating Violence Awareness month. While there are many warning signs of abuse, here are ten of the most common abusive behaviors: •Checking your cell phone or email without permission •Constantly putting you down •Acting extremely jealous or insecure •Having an explosive temper •Demanding to know where […]


A Night of Terror

By Regina Rowley | April 7, 2012

As seen on TV’s 48 Hours Live to Tell, Adam Lane invaded a home at 4 in the morning through an unlocked door. Here’s the link to the story: Use this opportunity to help your friends and family remember the inportance of locking their doors.  


Safety and Social Media

By Regina Rowley | March 20, 2012

How can people find me on the Internet? It’s a good rule of thumb to assume that anything you put on the Internet could be discovered. Even if you are sure your profiles and email are safe, there are computer hackers and computer spyware that could potentially access your information. Read more about this on […]


Smartsafe and Driving

By Regina Rowley | March 7, 2012

Something to think about… If a would be attacker(s) is following you while you’re driving what would you do? Panic? I certainly hope not! Remember, you have to out smart the attacker. Remain calm, aware and THINK. 1) Do not go home or to a loved ones home. Go to a well lit and populated, public location; […]


How to Avoid being Skimmed

By Regina Rowley | February 20, 2012

– Inspect the ATM, gas pump, or credit card reader before using it…be suspicious if you see anything loose, crooked, or damaged, or if you notice scratches or adhesive/tape residue. – When entering your PIN, block the keypad with your other hand to prevent possible hidden cameras from recording your number. – If possible, use […]


Who Says?

By Regina Rowley | February 8, 2012

This new song by Selena Gomez embraces what I share with every lady attending my seminars. I hope you enjoy it.              


Setting Your Boundaries

By Regina Rowley | January 20, 2012

Decide, commit and you will succeed at finding the fighter deep inside. • Realize you are worth protecting and discover your strength. • Always be thinking about your well-being. • Recognize and utilize your ability to perceive threats. • Think about yourself as a woman of energy, strength and determination. • Do not allow verbal […]


Outsmart the Attacker!

By Regina Rowley | January 5, 2012

“Oh that every woman knew how to defend herself AND WOULD!”  ~Regina Self-defense: the right to defend oneself with whatever force is reasonably necessary against actual or threatened violence. 90% of self-defense is awareness which stems from common sense and education. ‎47% of robbery targets find themselves facing an armed attacker, only 7% of rape […]

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Regina is an international voice enlightening and empowering women to rise above limiting beliefs, overcome fear and write their own ending as a Goddess Warrior. Whether speaking or teaching, Regina is sensitive, fun and relate-able as she shows women, they too, can tap into their inner strength, gain confidence, and replace limiting beliefs.

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