Cheryl Cloyd-Robbins has been training with Galvanosi for the past few months.
“People like me who grew up in, or have been in Greenville for many years have a false sense of security that Greenville is a nice southern town and this is where you came to raise a family and you didn’t have to worry about it so much and that has changed and so it’s an awakening to that it’s not the same Greenville I knew in the 1990s.” stated Cloyd-Robbins.
Per Galvanosi the first step in defending yourself is awareness of your surroundings. “A predator looks for prey, so if I look like I’m busy playing Candy Crush or if I look like I’m busy talking on the phone, or fumbling with papers or something, I’m an easy target.” says Galvanosi.
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