Unfortunately, this is the second week in a row the What Would You Do is based on a story that has been shared with me first hand. It is NOT an exact recounting of the situation for the protection of the person who went through it. These things really do happen, it’s best to be as prepared as possible for the unexpected. This mental training can definitely help you.
You’ve survived in a self-defense incident without injury. You’ve been through the immediate aftermath and have an attorney to help you with the legal portion to come. You’re very glad to have your USCCA membership to assist you with the financial repercussions. (I added the USCCA Membership bit - or did I? )
You’re at home scrolling your social media - not posting a thing about the incident because it’s an ongoing case - when you see it. Your profile picture on a local group’s page with nasty things written all over your face in the picture. Threatening things. There’s a false description of what happened in your self-defense incident and people are believing the falsehoods. People are calling for violence against you and your family.