by Isabelle Z., Natural News:
If you’re a prepper, you’re rightfully concerned about what could happen in the event of a disaster. You’ve been trying to consider all the eventualities and prepare for them, and perhaps you’ve even been telling friends and family about your efforts. You might have the best of intentions in wanting to help them, but this kind of openness could end up backfiring on you should the worst happen, according to experts.
Most preppers fall into one of three categories, according to Living Life in Rural Iowa. People in the first group take security very seriously and avoid discussing their plans with anyone. Even those who know them well might not have any idea that they’re so thoroughly prepared. Anyone who lives with them and is privy to their stockpiles and other preparations knows not to discuss it with anybody else.