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#293504 - 09/19/19 04:37 PM Re: Survival Psychology [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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Originally Posted By: Jeanette_Isabelle

Preps should have already been checked before the incident happened.


The incident may affect your preps. So checking after an incident makes sense.
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#293505 - 09/19/19 04:50 PM Re: Survival Psychology [Re: M_a_x]
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Chisel, Max, some time does need to be spent after an incident takes place. What about after when you have a routine going?

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#293509 - 09/19/19 09:17 PM Re: Survival Psychology [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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Mom is more concerned about zombies than I am; I can understand.

Mom does want to help; she is very cautious almost to the point where everyone, metaphorically, is a potential zombie. To summarize how this appears, it's like a high-risk rescue. You want to rescue those who are in a die situation; you have to be careful that you don't end up in the same condition in the process.

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#293533 - 09/20/19 04:07 PM Re: Survival Psychology [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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Chisel, Max, some time does need to be spent after an incident takes place. What about after when you have a routine going?


OK, after making sure everything is OK, I would go around seeing if anyone needs help. I am not a skilled guy like paramedic for example, but I know a few bits about safety and would help others who need help especially the elderly or children. This is when a bit of knowledge about psychology is very helpful. If I judge someone as a jerk for example, I will try to steer away and not try to "help" them because that can end up with very negative results.

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