Bang, Bang, You're Dead -- How To Avoid It

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Predict and prevent violence with a unique tool for free.

Can violent behavior be predicted? "Yes," claims profiler, Kathy Thompson. To help fight the war on violence, Thompson is giving away a very unique tool for free.

"It's a simple easy to use tool that anyone can use to predict and prevent violence." Thompson claims. "The free 'Stress Chart' reveals the five stages of stress that can lead to violent behavior."

Your eyes are a great indicator that can help in predicting violent behavior. The eyes can determine when someone is under too much stress, and prone to violence.

That's right, all you have to do it look. And what do you look for?

The more stress a person is under, the more it will show in the eyes. The more white there is around the iris, the more dangerous that person can become. This is true for most people.

Stress affects the mind and optic nerves behind the eyes. This pulls the muscles up, moving the irises up into the eye sockets. White space is revealed under the irises. The stress can be from a person's personal or public life, or both.

As the stress progresses check the eyes for the five stages of stress (sanpaku).

1. A little white shows under one iris -- depth perception is off -- accident-prone
2. White shows under both irises -- a lot of stress -- they want to unload
3. White areas increase -- extreme stress -- they are hiding something
4. Only half the irises are showing -- don't walk -- run away!
5. More white then there is irises -- they want to gain power over you.

Your eyes will show your true mental state. Have you looked in a mirror lately?

"With all the violence going on in our society, it's time it stopped, especially with our children. No one needs to be a victim any more." Thompson said.

For more information contact Kathy Thompson at writing4u @ faceuptoit-youcan.com

http://www.faceuptoit-youcan.com

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