Most of the time it's generally smart to have the mentality that there is strength in numbers. It's true that it's best not to team up with every single person, but having a few friends and family members is never a bad thing. They can watch a person's back, help complete tasks with you at a faster pace and contribute to the group as a whole.
Just having one more person as a part of the group can make things easier and safer. After all, every person in the group has another set of eyes and ears and can help everyone hopefully overcome physical challenges as well.
However, it's still important to proceed with caution. It's important not to admit just anyone into your group because problems can arise. Whether this person seems like it or not, they can cause problems. From not being trustworthy to stirring the pot, everyone has their issues, and some people are just a bad idea to spend time with when you're trying to survive.
So even though you should add to your group, it's still important to be careful. Be vigilant and aware of everyone's character and positive, functioning tribe will be possible. To see what type of people you should avoid and which type of people are a good idea to add to the group, head to the next page.
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