There’s nothing more important than family in this world. No matter the differences and the hard times you faced, the survival of your family remains your main priority. If your loved ones depend on you to make it during a crisis scenario, you must bring them together.
They say a lone wolf can survive no matter what, but some tasks require a collective effort. Sometimes a group has better survival odds under the right leadership. Regardless if you prepare for or with your family, there are some principles you need to implement. A group managed by a great leader can achieve pretty much anything.
Being a survival leader and the head of the family is certainly no easy job. You already struggled to build a family, now is time to develop them into a survival group. It doesn’t matter how you look at things, a dysfunctional team cannot survive. No matter how much you try, you will never be able to carry all of them. Since those you love are not expendables, you should learn how to keep them together and organized.
Just like you put a lot of effort into your prepping plans, human relationships need nurturing to survive. There is a natural tendency for families to get along since blood is thicker than water, but never take this for granted. As days turn into weeks and months, bad feelings can start to fester and frustration can pile up. Exposing your family members to an austerity scenario with no electricity, no water and no food can cause alienation.
In order to build a strong team and make survival a reality, there are ten principles you should follow.
Read in the article below how to make family survival work: