Everyday Survival Awareness

Posted: May 2, 2012 in Survival
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Everyday survival awareness is something that eveyone should pay particular attention to as they go about their daily routines.  Your life can be altered or ended tragically when errors you make combined with proximity to a thug result in severe personal consequences.  You do lock your doors in your car when your driving right….if not do it now.  You do lock your doors and windows when you leave the house or go to sleep….if not do it now.  You do avoid going to ATM’s alone at night in less than ideal areas….if you don’t then start avoiding those ATM’s today.

Be aware of your surroundings.  I can’t stress this enough.  Take precautions before you become a crime statistic; not afterwards.  Criminals do not share your moral values, they are not your friends or your neighbors and will see you only as an obstacle to getting what they want.  If you get that feeling that something is wrong pay attention to it as your gut reactions are usually correct.

Always carry a cell phone and keep it fully charged.  If you have your pistol permit start carrying your pistol concealed after thoroughly training and familiarizing yourself with every aspect of its operation.  A gun locked in a safe at home does you no good if you are attacked and need it.  For those who do not have a pistol permit carry pepper spray or a quality folding knife with you at all times.

Proper precautions can help you avoid and if necessary deal with potential life altering or ending situations.  Don’t become a victim.

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Comments
  1. Excellent advice here thank you. I think your blog will be very helpful in raising personal awareness and highlighting dangers that many of us might not otherwise think of or consider, to our own detriment. I wish we had the right to carry arms over here but alas we are left to find alternative options to protect ourselves, many of which seem to lead to the victim being locked up in a cell instead of the perpetrator of the crime! Consequently I’m considering taking up some form of self defence training…trouble is right now I will probably get drowned before “me and my bicycle” reach the venue in question! 🙂

  2. rmactsc says:

    Glad you joined europasicewolf. Which country are you from and is not being able to carry firearms there considered a big issue? Self defense training is an excellent approach to take. Trade the bicycle in and get a speedboat lol 🙂

  3. phoebe53 says:

    Do they make tactical floaties?

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