A lot of the time, it's a good idea to have the survival philosophy of “strength in numbers”. Sure, you don't want to be teaming up with the entire population, but having a couple of friends or family members around is never a bad thing. They can watch your back, help you complete tasks in less time, and contribute to better maintain your group.
Seriously, having even one other person with you makes things much safer and easier. Every person in your group is another set of eyes and ears, another body to help complete any physical challenges. So, why not include some people in your prepping plans?
However, you've still got to be careful. You can't just be admitting people left or right because issues will come out of that. Whether they seem to like it or not, there are always people that can be bad for you in different ways. From not being trustworthy to being lazy to all kinds of other problems, everyone has their flaws, and some people's are terrible for survival.
So, while you should be adding to your group a bit, you also want to stay careful. You've got to constantly be vigilant and aware of everyone's true character if you want to have a functional tribe.
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