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Having empathy for the other person (or whatever) is an important element of bystander intervention.

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A friend in need, is a friend in deed. Coming to someone's aide, is the most selfless act anyone can do.

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COMMENTARY BY ERIK KONDO

"Vehicles colliding with other objects are physical conflicts. Reducing the rate collisions is conflict management.

It has been scientifically established that distracted driving increases the statistical risk of a collision. Learning that fact is an example intelllectual learning. But this type of learning doesn't necessarily create an effective behavioral DETERRENCE against engaging distracted driving.

This video on the other hand shows EMOTIONAL LEARNING. In this case, the goal is to a person's change behavior by creating an emotional impact.

The theory is that the Emotional Learning will have a longer lasting effect on behavior than Intellectual Learning.

This type of tr,aining is also used during some types self-defense training particularly through the use of scenarios. What are some other examples of Emotional Learning"? - Erik Kondo

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A Conflict Manager from the past. ...

WATCH: The Italian cycling champion who used his hero status -- to save Jews during WW2 Do you know the story of Gino Bartali? You will... ---> if you love powerful stories, you'll love HistoryBites. Like our page now!

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Seems like there is a lesson here.

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COMMENTARY BY ERIK KONDO

"This video shows an example of an Educational Beatdown. The man is shown being punished for his unacceptable behavior. The intention of a EDB is to communicate and enforce the rules of behavior.

In this case, since the EBD was made into a video, it is being used as communication to not only to the Recipient of the EBD, but also to all those who watch or hear about the video. This is a form of societal boundary setting by the people involved.

The ultimate effectiveness of the EBD depends upon the end result. If the EBD has the effect of changing the Recipient's behavior for the better, then the EBD was effective boundary setting. If it makes the Recipient's behavior worse, then it was not.

The same goes for the video. If the video communicates the desired message effectively, then it "works". If it creates unintended consequences such as a societal backlash, then it didn't work." - Erik Kondo

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When watching a video, the first question is whether it is "real" or staged.
What evidence points to real? What evidence points to staged?
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The moment when the victim is stronger than the thief.

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This video is a great example of the importance of environmental awareness and knowledge for self-protection.

What are other types of environments?
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Every single plant in the garden at Alnwick Castle can kill you. That's why it's called The Poison Garden. Every. Plant. There. Can. Kill. You. Let's go check it out!

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Life long training and personal development. ...

Dave Kovar's Dad is like 94 or something, but still trains...This video never gets old on you...

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COMMENTARY BY CLINT OVERLAND

"Quit talking about what your going to do and just do it. Hit first hit hard and don't get hit. Control the situation by taking control. Too many people worry about getting into trouble because they get into a fist fight. In a lot of places it's a class c misdemeanor same as a traffic ticket. Pay your fine.

When you know it's about to get crazy then step up, knock them on their ass and move on.

99% of the bullshit you deal with is social violence in some way shape or form. Almost always it can be avoided or de-escalated. But, generally, we as a species won't." - Clint Overland

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It is important to recognize that some of your ability to protect yourself and your resources is hardwired by nature. Some living things are naturally better equiped physically and mentally for self-protection than others.

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