In collapse and SHTF scenarios, there should be no doubts that we'll face some tough spots and challenges over the course of our survival. With all the chaos and the threats that will come of it, it's a complete guarantee. However, as preppers we've made it our job to be prepared for those coming threats so we can survive the collapse.
Yet, there's more to those threats than we think. Us preppers always focus on the material, physical, and tangible, gathering all the supplies and resources we need to survive. These are always meant to keep physical threats at bay and to handle our corporeal needs.
The problem is, there's a whole other side to all the threats, conditions, and dangers of SHTF. They don't have the potential to just wound or kill you, but going through all of that harsh stuff can be a mental challenge as well. The emotional toll many people will go through during SHTF is not a pleasant one.
So, if you want to be prepared for SHTF, you also need to know how to handle this side of survival. Dealing with sad or hard times, and being able to move past them. Essentially, getting over grief or other such emotions and periods. If you're unable to, you won't fare well in the collapse, prepped or not!
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