The Gift of Fear: Survival Signals That Protect Us from Violence, written by Gavin de Becker, is a nonfiction Pdf self-help ebook. The book demonstrates how every individual should learn to trust their gut instinct’s inherent “gift.” Learning to recognize various warning signs and precursors to violence makes it possible to avoid potential trauma and harm.

It remained four months on The New York Times Bestseller List, was a #1 National Bestseller, and was published in 14 languages.

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Gavin de Becker highlights the inherent predictability of violence by finding patterns in stories of violence and abuse. The book examines many settings where what may find violence, such as the workplace, the school, the home, dating—and explains what de Becker calls PINS (pre-incident indicators). 

By noticing PINS (issues and behaviors that often lead to violence), individuals can better predict violence before it happens and, therefore, take the necessary precautions and actions to stay safe. 

There are following types of PINS:

Forced Teaming The Unsolicited Promise Discounting the Word “No Too many details Typecasting Loan Sharking

The Gift of Fear also describes de Becker’s MOSAIC Threat Assessment Systems, which various celebrities and government agencies have employed to predict and prevent violence.

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Get this Pdf eBook which remained the #1 bestselling book in the English language on Violence in Society, Abuse, and Safety for more than a decade.

In this empowering book, Gavin de Becker, one of the best leading experts on violent behavior, explains to you how to spot even subtle signs of threat before it’s too late. Breaking the myth that most violent actions are unpredictable.

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Author Gavin de Becker
Country United States
Language English
Format Pdf
Pdf File Size 1.18 Mb