Verbal self-defense is a form of non-physical self-defense that uses communication tools to understand and defuse any conflict (internal or external) without the use of violence. Psychoverbal Self-Defense uses the term "martial art" as a metaphor to resolve states of intrapersonal and interpersonal disharmony and to defend against verbal attacks, offensive behavior, as well as emotional and psychological verbal abuse.
Psychoverbal Self-Defense is not focused on physical combat or self-defense against an armed or unarmed opponent. It is a method of acquiring mental, emotional and verbal skills as well as psychoverbal strategies and tactics in order to cope with non-physical hostility and various forms of manipulation.
Verbal self-defense relates to a different kind of fight, where the punches deployed are instead words backed up by hostile or manipulative language from a verbal attacker who seeks to "screw" you psychologically and emotionally. It is these "verbal slaps" (or non-verbal) which leave you speechless and which, like a "thought virus", come back to haunt you for hours, days, nights, months and even all your life in certain cases. Never be a target or a victim again. Defend yourself effectively!
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