Being prepared means tangible, realistic plans; a survival skills course that sets people up for success in the face of the worst disasters imaginable.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 06, 2012
A survival guide should do two things, said today’s AbsoluteRights.com article. First, it should prepare people for the types of disasters that can affect their area, and give them the skills to battle hunger, injury, safety, and recovery issues. Second, it should equip people with the psychological skills to keep a calm mind, focus on the controllable problems, and maintain a sense of stability when the situation is anything but.
Absolute Rights is covering both of those bases with their latest full-scale survival guide, “40 Days and 40 Nights.” The article said it is the most complete and in-depth training program Absolute Rights has ever created, and it will help anyone understand the priority and importance of an introduction to survival skills, especially if they’ve never before considered the need.
“40 Days and 40 Nights” takes subscribing members through every survival tactic and preparation technique they need to protect their survival processes, said the article. It shows how to buy and store 40 days of food stuffs that only cost around $2 per day. It enlightens people on the best communication techniques when the power grid and phone services go down. It also tells members how to keep their minds sharp and avoid post-traumatic stress, which the article said can obviously damper any survival attempts.
“40 Days and 40 Nights” addresses the 25 most dangerous disaster threats, and explains how to survive through each. It was created with the naïve in mind, allowing both beginner and experienced preppers to get equal amounts of value out of the training course.
Absolute Rights informs patriotic Americans on their given rights, plus helps protect those rights from government intrusion. Most importantly, it prides itself on alerting people when their rights are being threatened, creating an active and informed community. For more information, be sure to visit AbsoluteRights.com.
The article said that being prepared doesn’t have to mean building a bomb shelter and accumulating an arsenal of self-defense weapons. It doesn’t mean packing the pantries full of freeze-dried food and bottles of water. And it certainly doesn’t mean rubbing sticks together and building a lean-to. It means tangible, realistic plans; a survival skills course that sets people up for success in the face of the worst disasters imaginable.
That’s why Absolute Rights’ latest offering is so crucial to today’s society, the article said. The world needs preparation help, and it now has a course to provide it. The best survival guide is waiting to get the world in shape, one individual at a time.