It takes a lot more than the skill and knowledge of building shelters, obtaining food, making fires, and traveling without the help of navigational devices, to survive when disaster strikes. There are some remarkable people who, when disaster struck, managed to survive with little to no survival know-how or skills, while others who were armed with essential knowledge, failed. That doesn’t make sense, does it?
While as crucial and pertinent survival techniques can be to any survival situation, it all boils down to one thing – the mental attitude of the person. Or in other words . . .
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