Does Survive Water Crisis Really Work or Is it a Scam? Here is a review of Damian Campbell's Program:
Survive Water Crisis is an excellent survival guide that helps individuals develop an actionable plan for what to do in the event of a water emergency. Most of us know that without clean water to drink we will die within a few short days, but how many of us are prepared in the event that a tragedy occurs that affects the water supply? I would assume that the answer to this question is “not many”.
This unpreparedness could certainly be considered a major liability. If an emergency like this did occur it would result in widespread pandemonium and an “every man for himself” approach, as people will be desperate to keep their family members alive—even at the cost of the lives of others.
The idea behind this survival guide is to prepare citizens to be able to produce clean water, store it, and recycle it—even if there is no existing source of it available. As an added bonus, the author, Damian Campbell, teaches us how to do this with only a minimal investment. After all, the method wouldn’t be appropriate if we all had to run out and spend thousands on a complicated water purification system.
Campbell previous survival guides, Survive Anything and The 37 Critical Food Items Sold Out After a Crisis, have each sold tens of thousands of copies.
As much as we like to consider ourselves to be safe and secure, the truth is that tragedy could strike at any moment, and if it does, we need to be prepared to act quickly and effectively to ensure the survival of ourselves and our family members. Our bodies contain about 70% water, and with the exception of air to breathe, it is the most crucial element to our survival. Armed with the tools and knowledge Damian provides in the book, you will be able to sleep soundly knowing that, should tragedy befall, you will be prepared to produce a steady supply of clean, drinkable water for your family.
The main point driven home in the guide is that, in order to survive, you must develop an action oriented mindset. Most people, when faced with an emergency, will have a tendency to panic and behave irrationally during the critical period following the disaster, when every minute counts. Without a plan, you will likely find yourself running around like a chicken with its head cut off. If you have a contingency in place for this type of disaster, you won’t have to figure out what to do—you will be able to just fall back on your plan and get things done.
More Than Just Water
If our sources of clean water disappeared in the wake of an emergency, procuring water for your family would be the most critical aspect of surviving—but not the only one. Remember, you will not be in this alone. Your entire community will be scrambling to get their hands on water, and this could make for a very dangerous situation. Desperate people resort to desperate measures, and you will have to be prepared to deal with the social fallout of such a disaster. People may not intend to cause you harm, but in stressful situations emotions tend to flare up, so you must be ready to deal with potential aggression and hostility.
Campbell covers all of this and more in his guide, making it a must have for anyone who is serious about surviving a water emergency.