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One of the easiest ways to spot a real aggressor is how he places his weight. The average person that starts conflict often is just angry with themselves and they just take this anger out on others.
BUT they don’t really want to fight they rely on the other person backing down. This makes them feel big and they might carry that false victory in their mind till the next time. It allows them to fill their personal feeling of inadequacy for a short time – Makes them feel like somebody.
We’ve all met this character!
But this person doesn’t really want to take it to a physical level. The easiest way to spot this have their weight on their back foot. Keeping their face as far away from you as they can…while engaging in the verbals.
Not committing to attack but just engaging in verbal sparring.
A seasoned thug will have is weight evenly placed or have more weight on his front foot.
So he’s ready to strike effectively.
Look out for this.
When you work on your awareness and build up your senses for spotting this type of person you can mostly avoid this trouble maker.
Usually you’ll get a feeling in your gut that something’s not quite right.
When you get this feeling, listen to it, it’s usually right.
And by walking with your shoulders back your displaying confidence, which puts most of these bullies off with their pre-selection phase.
Avoiding is it’s not always possible.

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