If you’re a prepper with loved ones or close friends who belong to the same community that values survival and preparedness, you can count yourself lucky. But if your own kin doesn’t understand your passion for prepping, you may have your work cut out for you.
How do you convince someone to start prepping if they think this way of life is extreme or unnecessary?
While it’s true that prepping requires discipline and hard work, others may misunderstand the passion of preppers as getting too worked up on preparing for both natural and man-made disasters.
Remember that emergency preparedness is crucial to any American’s life. It’s scary how even after events like backwoods emergencies, civil unrest, financial collapse, natural disasters, school shootings, and war, most people will turn a blind eye and think that prepping is useless.