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  1. Make eye contact

The best thing you can do is let others know that you see them and could identify them if need be. Walk with a strong posture and make eye contact with people you pass, instead of keeping your head down. “It makes you look less vulnerable,” says Jennifer Cassetta, Sabre ambassador and self-defense expert who created the Stilettos and Self Defense DVDs.