Episode #2: Hypocrisy in Society
What if your goal were to pick up something a little bit more today than you knew about yourself yesterday, and how to stay safe and take personal responsibility for keeping yourself and your family safe out there? That’s ever our goal in the Thrive Unafraid podcast, and we’re so very glad you’re joining us today as we discuss:
- Hypocrisy and inappropriate behaviors
- Double-standards we’ve learned to ignore
- The definition of stalking and applying that to uncomfortable situations
- What is boundary-pushing and how does this harmful phenomenon take place?
- Identifying, setting, and enforcing your emotional boundaries
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What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about hypocrisy? How do you feel about double standards? Whether it’s between men and women, children and adults, racial, class-based, or by any other imposed assumption, it’s high time we as a society become more aware of the double standards we both use and are subjected to in daily life.
Hear one of Doug Patteson’s own personal stories about an uncomfortable comment that perfectly demonstrates just how different expectations and limitations for men versus women can oftentimes be in our culture today. Then dive straight into dissecting what the norm should be, from two experts in personal safety and situational awareness with distinct views on the topic.
Then, learn how to identify, set, and enforce your own emotional boundaries, which is a foundational step in the road to learning full situational awareness and keeping yourself and your family safe from harm.
Join us biweekly as we discuss how to avoid the escalation necessitating self-defense classes, training, and techniques, and dive deep into the tactics, tips, and tricks that will help you identify potentially dangerous situations and remove yourself or your loved ones from them before a ‘situation’ ever arises.
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