Being underestimated can feel incredibly frustrating, but, the secret is, it can also be a tremendous advantage if you’re up against a superior force.
When the world seems so completely out of control, it’s important to get a handle on the things you can. Here are some things within your control right now.
Suicide prevention isn’t talked about much by preppers. We plan for disasters and hardship. But do we know how to help others handle the despair that often comes along with those events?
Are you fit enough to survive a natural disaster? Here, a survivor of the Indian Ocean Tsunami offers reasons why fitness is one prep never to overlook and suggestions for upping your fitness game.
Situational bias is a cognitive bias that can cause some people to believe that their unique skills, level of preparedness, or location make them immune to the disasters that may befall others. Be honest…is it possible that you might be suffering from this bias yourself?
A prepper’s mental fatigue or self-pity can cause serious consequences in a long-term crisis. Early intervention and management are crucial.
Americans are experiencing limited options, not shortages. The sooner you adapt to limitations, the better off you will be when true shortages occur. Here’s how to handle the differences in the supply chain.
It is very easy to overlook self-care, especially for those heavily into preparedness who have a sense of duty to care for others. Here are some tips for looking after your most vital resource.
Using these tools assures you that you are as prepared as possible and helps to manage the stress and anxiety around survival scenarios.
It’s normal to feel anxious if you’re new to prepping. Feelings of urgency, inadequacy, and, insufficiency can overwhelm even long-time preppers. Here’s how NOT to be paralyzed by prepper’s anxiety.
No matter how much preparing you do, sometimes there are lessons to be learned and moments you will wish you had done it all differently.
Are you concerned that you don’t have what it takes to survive? Doubting yourself? Begin by realizing that you are worth defending. You are worth surviving.