New book educates women on self-protection and situational awareness -Author and Protection/Personal Security specialist Renata Kecskes releases “Running for Safety” now available on Amazon Kindle and in paperback
CAYMAN ISLANDS, March 18, 2021 /Neptune100/ — COVID continues to wreak havoc across the globe leaving behind economic crises and frustration. The uncertainties are increasing violence against women and girls, creating what the author calls a “shadow pandemic”. Over the last year we’ve learned home is not necessarily a safe place for many. According to WHO, 1 in 3 women is subjected to violence in her lifetime. It could be your Mother, your Wife, your Daughter, your Sister and/or even You! No one is immune or untouched.
“Violence against women remains one of the most common human right abuses in the world. Because women ages 15 through 49 belong to the most vulnerable age group- exposed to various kind of assaults and crimes committed against them-, I prepared a collection of safety tips for everyone who is just about to get her driver license for the first time, who is about to leave the nest for college and also to those who are a bit older and live on their own or stuck in a toxic relationship.”
“Running for Safety“
Kecskes says: “I believe we can tackle gender disparity only if we unite our efforts and keep the conversation open and alive about it as long as it affects women in staggering numbers.
“As a trained bodyguard, protecting you from harm is my duty. Empowering you with situational awareness/self-defense skills and reminding you of the value of common sense is my passion. After all, only those can excel and achieve personal and professional goals who feel safe, confident and empowered.”
A veteran in the professional security industry, Renata Kecskes successfully delivers highly personalized situational awareness and self-defense programs. Leveraging her experiences in the Private Close Protection Industry she has developed a program that can create enhanced peace of mind through empowerment.