Doomsday Preppers Were Right All Along?
Are you a doomsday prepper? Maybe somewhere in between? You may have been slightly better prepared for the pandemic than most. Here is a brief excerpt of the findings.
- Doomsday prepper beliefs normally include a pessimistic worldview that doom is right around the corner, most people or "the masses" will be unhelpful, and precious resources are limited.
- The emergencies in 2020 have shown that criticism about human instinct is generally unjustifiable, while worries about asset and resource accessibility are more authentic.
- Individuals with preparing interests would in general be more ready for the pandemic, researchers suggest.
Follow the link below for the complete article Adam Fetterman Ph.D. @ Psychology Today
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