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In reality though this is not the case because our senses are constantly being attacked by stimuli that 'might' be aggressive but most often are not. Even the aggressive horn of a car can trigger 'fight or flight', releasing a cocktail of stress hormones into the blood for a behavioural release that never occurs. Moving jobs, moving house, changing partners, confronting the boss etc. may cause us enough worry to fool the brain into thinking that the intangible threat is in fact a sabre-toothed tiger, releasing adrenaline that is not utilised behaviourally.

Does it work? Doesn't it work? Many police instructors have made a career out of teaching restraining techniques. Personally I think the only kind of truly effective restraint is unconsciousness. Knock them out and they're restrained. The rest of the time any kind of restraining technique is at best dodgy. The only time I have found restraints effective is when the opponent lets me put the technique on (like they do in so many police training schools), or if I am facing a very weak opponent. The rest of the time it is just too risky.

So for more details on this please refer to my books Fear The Friend of Exceptional People and The Other Side of Fear. The Fence So, back to the script. If, for whatever reason, you find yourself in front of a potential attacker who is constantly touching the fence and giving you signs that an attack is imminent and you can't bring yourself to attack preemptively, then you need to create a gap between you and him and take the fence to a conscious level. That means that he will realise that you are taking control.

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