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That women often fall prey to attackers should surprise no one capable of reading digital copy or newsprint. In fact, nearly two million American women fall victim to physical assault each year. To neutralize that threat, veteran self-defense expert Tim Larkin urges that women and men who love them learn to self-protect, not just self-defend. His counterintuitive mind/body approach begins by identifying the difference between social aggression (which is avoidable) and asocial violence (which is unavoidable) and then proceeds to specific physical counterattacks to the assault. A comprehensive guide to making women more safe—and more confident about feeling safe. Editor's recommendation.