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How To Prepare For Catastrophic Conditions- Rely on those around you for support and do what you can to help them.

This article is my own creation and I have full copyright!

Throughout time, civilization has gone through phases of being more sensitive to catastrophic events, leading people to act with caution and make preparations. Some time periods involve little concern and people live it up and act without much thought to the future. However, there are phases where signs point to disaster and people find comfort in making preparations. These phases may be related to climactic or economic changes, or it may be due to a date on the calendar. These phases of caution tend to occur around the turn of a century. While it may seem foolish to rush out a build yourself a bunker, you may want to find a happy medium where you prepare for a worst case scenario situation. People have driven themselves to needing a bankruptcy attorney or bankruptcy lawyer preparing for the unexpected. This may not be necessary, but knowing you have the ability to survive can comfort you in times of emergency.

The most important thing you can do when faced with an emergency is to stay calm. In order to stay calm during a cataclysmic event, you are going to need to prepare and feel that survival is possible; even in the harshest of conditions. Make sure you have a place to go, as well as an alternate plan. Speak with your family members about a meeting place away from your hometown. If everyone has an idea of where to drive should there be a disaster or emergency, it gives you direction and comfort. In your home, be sure to have an area that offers protection from weather-related disasters like tornadoes. An area in the basement or a closet may be enough to keep you safe for a few hours.

Should you find yourself in a situation where there are shortages of necessities, survival may grow increasingly more difficult. Some people go as far as stockpiling canned goods and water in levels enough to allow them to survive for years. This may be going overboard, but having a few days worth of supplies in your car and your home may come in handy if faced with an emergency. Even a car breakdown could leave you stranded for ten or twelve hours, a time frame in which you will get hungry and thirsty. It is important to have an emergency kit in your car which includes blankets.

When the calendar changed from 1999 to 2000, there was a lot of concern about the computerized systems we have come to rely upon. While the time change happened mostly without incident, there is always risk of something happening to a computerized system. Have a backup plan for how you will access money during an emergency. Having access to just a few hundred dollars of cash should be enough to get you through a few days of crisis.

Finally, understand that nobody will know what to expect in an emergency. There will be panic and any comfort you can offer to friends and loved ones will be helpful. Rely on those around you for support and do what you can to help them.

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10 thoughts on “How To Prepare For Catastrophic Conditions- Rely on those around you for support and do what you can to help them.

  1. I think you overestimate your literary content…and talent. Why bother to copywrite such a little derivative five paragraph blog post…I offer this in response to your request for critique.

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    1. I don’t care to read long articles all the time. This is short & gives the basics. Not everybody knows everything about preparedness. He’s summed it up for the moment & plans to expand on it later. And why not copyright it? I’ve read things on forums where people use the words of others as their own; it’s disrespectful. Will be looking forward to more from Brandon Campbell.

      By the way, I landed here via a link Steve Quayle’s website.

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  2. Not to be critical, but I have to agree with the above comment. Your advice is very general in nature and very much common sense. You’re not saying anything different than what has already been said by many others. Keep it up though… keep practicing the art of effective and creative writing! Come up with a different angle… be original! Attacking a subject from a different perspective will keep your readers glued to your article.

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      1. Brandon, an example of looking at things a little differently would be a discussion of the benefits, and perhaps pitfalls, of preparing for disaster through Fasting. Yes, fasting. In a true emergency situation, perhaps one that extends over weeks or months, food will become very important and perhaps irreplaceable. Learning the art of Fasting will help lengthen critical food supplies plus has other health benefits (do research). The trick is doing it enough to stretch food supplies, but not so much as to damage one’s health. It’s part of the mental/physical preparedness we must attend to. Just one idea/example… there are many others out there. Take care!

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  3. Re.: Helping others –
    I have been gradually preparing for several years now and, barring total societal collapse, I expect that I (and my girl cat) can survive on our own for at least another two years. There are some whom I would be willing to assist in varying degrees – such as the elderly widow who used to live next door. However, I have other neighbors who are younger and have two incomes, larger homes, more disposable income and access to the same information that I have. If they have chosen to ignore the signs of what is coming and have done nothing to prepare, I feel it is NOT my responsibility to provide for them. Also, I don’t advertise my preparation.

    BTW: I’m an armed veteran and I know which end of the tube the round comes out of.

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  4. The unprepared could read this article and not change a thing, since to prepare takes time and a little physical and financial effort. More importantly is the psychological factor. People would rather deny than confront the possibility of any disaster. It is mentally soothing and reassures them of their normalcy bias. Detractors to the author have no idea how stupid most Americans are. it is shocking.

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