I hope you enjoyed my last article and are waiting so see how things panned out for my client Charlotte when the worst happened. First however, I would like to offer you, my readers, a chance to sample my video course for the working woman. At this link you will find one of the 38 videos from the course so you can see how my instruction works and could fit into your busy schedule!
A Sneak Peek!
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Now back to the story. Let´s see how Charlotte was able to cope when things went wrong.
A Testing Day at the Office
It was a cloudy Wednesday. She had to tell a father his daughter’s heart was failing and there was not much she could do about it. She knew she would be breaking his heart too. She also knew that might trigger him. Nothing triggers people more than their emotions. She watched his face carefully when she broke the bad news to him. The father clenched his fists on the chair, his face darkened with anger, his eyebrows fell heavy on his eyes as he looked at her with fierce anger. “Are you telling me there is absolutely nothing you can do, or you want to do? You are letting my daughter die???? Really?” As she calmly explained the situation again, Charlotte removed her heels from her feet under her desk, moved her feet to a better stance while pressing the alarm button under the desk. Then she grabbed one of the rolled magazines on the couch beside her, placing it between her and him. He got up angrily pushing his chair behind him. Charlotte got up too and stood in front of him, very calm, looking at his collar bone. “You are a fucking bitch! You don’t want to help us, you only help the rich fuckers around you!” he said and raised his fist to punch her. She burst towards him, blocking the punch, using the rolled magazine with her other arm to create distance and punch him back with it. He flew back from the explosiveness of the block, surprised and shocked, but unharmed. She had bought enough time for help to arrive. Security escorted him out.
Don´t Wait Until It´s Too Late
Charlotte saved her life, but this can happen to any working woman out there. The majority of attacks happen to women at work and on their way to or from work. Usually, women at work are attacked by someone they know (a client, a patient, a co-worker, the boss, domestic violence that takes place at work and so on) and the majority of attacks are rape and sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault and common assault.
Among women, murder is the leading cause of death from a workplace injury.