Family Disaster Preparedness
As humans, we are creatures of habit, prone to procrastination. Most of us simply shake off the need to prepare for a disaster, figuring we’ll eventually “get around to it.” We don’t want to think about the possibility of something bad occurring. Disasters, we reason, affect “other people”—the victims we read about in the newspaper. Unfortunately, such denial prevents us from taking even the most basic emergency preparedness steps. This leaves us vulnerable—and dangerously un... More >>
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