Sound Safety podcasts are women's self-defense stories. Most are great successes, a few have not-so-happy endings. They all are a gift, and illuminate basic safety principles you can use. Women sharing their stories encourage and empower women to take action, to keep ourselves safer. All are true, but some details may been changed to preserve confidentiality.
Click here for a presentation I gave on April 19, 2008 at King 5's Healthy Living Expo at the Qwest Field Event Center. My topic was Seven Simple Safety Skills, and you will learn several easy-to-implement ideas to keep yourself safer.
On December 22, 2010, I was interviewed on KOMO Radio, due to the recent spate of assaults on women running or walking around some of Seattle's most popular parks. We cover some tips and techniques to keep safe, and it's only about 6 minutes in length.
You can subscribe--the box below will give you the entire blog in which the podcast is embedded and where you can find prior recordings. You can also read the transcript of the shorter podcatst (2007 onward) in the blog. Or you can subscribe via iTunes--search under Podcasts for Safety in Seattle News.
Do you have stories you'd care to share? Email me -- we guarantee anonimity.