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Here’s an interesting and controversial article worth reading. It’s about the wrong types of preppers. At first, some people will probably disagree with the author. After all, what’s wrong with being religious, a gun enthusiast, or interested in “conspiracy theories”? Nothing at all!
The point of the article is that you don’t want to be too focused on those things. For example, if you spend all your time reading about firearms, shooting them, reloading ammo, and so forth, you won’t have any time left for stockpiling supplies, growing food, and practicing survival skills. The same is true if you spend all your time reading political news or watching videos about conspiracy theories. That stuff is interesting, but it’s a problem if it eats up all your free time.
Not only do you want to avoid becoming that type of prepper, you should also avoid spending too much time with those types of preppers. Jacob from Primal Survivor writes, “Forget the lone wolf mentality! The best way to prepare for disaster and survival is to get your community on board for strength in numbers. This is why a lot of people are being proactive and joining survival communities. Aside from strengthening our resources and security together, there is also a lot to learn from other preppers. However, there are some types of preppers who won’t just drive you crazy, but could put your life at risk.” Follow the link below to keep reading.