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Don’t Let Terrorism Get the Best of You
Terrorism: The difference between being prepared and being panicked.
It’s only natural to want to be prepared in the face of terrorism. But what’s the difference between being prepared for terrorism and being panicked? I’m Ryan Edgerton and I’m going to give you some helpful hints on what it means to be prepared for terrorism without being panicked.

Don’t Go Building a Safe Room
First of all, don’t let terrorism dictate how you run your life and your household. You can’t become a recluse and revolving your life around what “might” happen is just what the terrorists want you to do. It’s at the heart of terrorism. They want you to be afraid and they don’t want you going on with your life as though there were nothing wrong.
Knowledge is Power
Knowing what to do in the event of terrorism is a must. This will ensure that you know what you need to do should terrorism strike, but you won’t have to live your life in fear of the unknown.
Practice Emergency Preparedness
The things you’d need in the event of terrorism are pretty much the same things you’d need in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency. Because of this, practicing emergency preparedness can go a long way in helping you in the event of terrorism.
Put together an emergency kit with items such as food and water, a first aid kit, and camping and survival supplies. Doing this will ensure that you have the supplies you need in order to survive should terrorism strike.
Learn From the Past
There’s a lot that can be learned from the past, and perhaps the worst terrorism attack on America can be used to learn from. Don’t buy into the media-induced hysteria such as the gas mask scare of 2001. Sure, there are a thousand and one people who would love to sell you things you don’t really need, but don’t let them profit from the threat of terrorism.
Buy only what you need in order to survive, and buy it ahead of time, not in the face of terrorism. If you wait till the last minute to buy what you need, you’ll wind up paying at least double for it.
By preparing yourself for terrorism and knowing what the real risks are, you’ll be able to approach it with a level head rather than a panic-induced need.

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Posted by Ryan Edgerton on February 22, 2006 10:19 AM | Permalink

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