New Book Educates Women on Self-Protection Gender-Based Violence Surges

February 26, 2021 at 03:00


MIAMI BEACH, FL, February 26, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Renata Kecskes, an author and independent security and protection specialist based out of George Town, Grand Cayman found protecting others from harm is her calling, but empowering women in understanding situational awareness and self-defense training is her passion. With a passion for helping women find their own strength and voice, this week announced her book is officially available on Amazon Kindle.
COVID-19 sweeps across the globe leaving economic crises and frustration in its wake. Gender-Based Violence surges creating a "Shadow Pandemic". During the last year, we learned home is not necessarily a safe place for many women and girls.

On the 8th of March, the world will observe "International Women's Day". Renata's goal is to extend this one day into a mindset designed to celebrate and empower women- helping women to find their strength and voice. Inspiring women and girls to have the confidence and physical ability to stand up not only for themselves but also for other women and girls.

"This book is for women, wives, mothers, sisters, and daughters alike looking to learn how to protect themselves in a variety of situations," said Kecskes. "We'll cover how to utilize your own tools; mental, verbal, and physical. These three methods will help keep you out of harm's way. In this book, I coach you on how to think your way out of a bad situation."

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A veteran in the professional security industry, Renata Kecskes successfully delivers highly personalized training and security programs. Leveraging her self-defense certification, experience with providing the highest level of specialized security, risk mitigation- all of Renata's programs create enhanced peace of mind.

Years of best-in-class protection experience, specifically of women and children, Renata has found protecting others from harm is her calling. Empowering women in situational awareness understanding and self-defense training is her passion.

Renata Kecskes is open for radio, podcast and live/broadcast interviews about the surge in gender-based violence with a focus on how women can prepare and care for themselves in a variety of situations.


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