Read the article. He has common sense solutions to what has become a terrible problem.
Retired Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman spoke in Jacksonville, Illinois about how to keep schools and school children safer.
Grossman is an internationally recognized expert on the psychology of killing. This makes some people nervous and uncomfortable, but those people are exactly the people who need to hear what he has to say.
Two of his books, “On Killing” and “On Combat” are now on the required reading list in the Marine Corps. He gives seminars around the country and in a dozen other countries about mass murders and how to prevent them, and on how to overcome the denial that is the natural state of most people.
“Denial has no survival value.”
The people who get nervous and uncomfortable hearing about guns and school safety are in denial. “Denial is the enemy, it gets you killed”, said Grossman. “Denial has no survival value.”
What are people denying? The facts are clear, Grossman says. Armed good guys in the school deter school massacres. That’s what he calls them, “massacres” not “shootings”
He presented three steps to take to accomplish this: “Deter, Detect, and Delay”.
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