Black Women : Ladies...How should our daughters protect themselves

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butterfly#1

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No, and thanks brother Shikamaura, for responding. After I posted, I realize I wanted the wisdom of the whole community. But,
you cant change the title. I welcome everyone, because fathers should be guiding and advising their sons and daughters on how to be safe. I too think that self defense training is warranted. And Ive been surprised at how some parents think its too much for young girls.
 

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I like to send my girls out with spiritual protection in their jewerly as well as teaching them about the dark aspects of the goddess so they wont be a scapegoat or sacrifice. Physical protection is great as well I agree with the MMA suggestion!
First let me welcome you back VirgoMistress and thanks for your response. Please expound on the spititual protection in your childrens jewelry' comment. Sounds interesting.
 

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Why thank you butterfly#1!
I first started out with their animal totem, getting them use to interacting and communicating with spirit on their own. My oldest daughter is 18 now and now she has a fae and unicorn that she owns. But these are basically spirits that I had binded into their jewerly, that they can take with them where ever they go.
 

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