I would suggest seeking anger management help.
Anger can lead to mania and rage that may result in you injuring or killing a human. Humans are on your side. If there is an apocalypse, then the ability to destroy zombies is valuable, but for now, focus on controlling yourself. Exercise is a great way to do this. It releases endorphins (‘happy’ chemicals) that’ll clear your mind. And you’ll become more athletic.
Stabbing things can get you hurt by accident so I would focus on building fitness.
I’m not a qualified psychiatrist so I can’t tell you the answer there, except maybe lay off the obsessing. Too much of anything is bad.
:) Anyone has a chance of surviving. You just have to learn to be in tune with yourself. And luck. Luck helps.
We are planning on the zombie threat being everywhere. Though we expect the threat to be greater in higher population areas. What we recommend is going through the wilderness avoiding any main cities and roads. And some zombies can swim and some can’t. Maybe do some… less than ethical zombie tests to find out when the time comes.
The risk with places like that is the density of people there may be. Please refer to this: http://areyoureadyforzombies.tumblr.com/post/32755813157/i-have-a-question-my-high-school-is-pretty-big-would
Personally, I’d go to a farm.
Honestly? No. Because most teenagers between those ages are lazy and dumb (No offence to anyone). But unless they are athletic or really smart then there’s not much of a chance there. What they’ll want to do is to find someone that is capable to look after-them. But the teens can still be useful by collecting resources or scouting. Just don’t go it alone.
If you are of that age, I’d advise you train up NOW.
Okay guys I know this has been long on the making so please suppress your waiting glands as this is another smart corner. Now today we will be looking at the philosophy of an apocalypse. Over time the side-effects of an apocalypse may include:
f) Some messed up stuff
With these in mind we don’t need people ‘saving-themselves’ or chivalry. Of course honour is still vital. However there is no room for hate on our differences. Everyone gets treated equally. The whole point that I am trying to make is that you can’t go around killing or raping up people because they are the opposite sex, or gay or even a different colour. Everyone is human in the apocalypse…Unless you’re dead.
That’s strange because we have had quite a bit on groups. Anyway, we think that small groups of about 4-5 people are ideal. This means that you’re not gathering resources for 20-odd people and with 4-5 people you’re not going around on your own. You want everyone to be safe and sane, however having more people runs the risk of one or more of them being ‘unstable’. It is all about a comfort thing but this is what we recommend.
Well I know me and IMJ don’t have the same opinion on this. I will leave my family as soon as alarm bells start ringing. But hopefully I would have taught them some survival tactics so that they can survive on their own. But I feel that they would only slow me down. And I wouldn’t recommend risking your life for anyone in an apocalypse. But again that’s just my opinion.
Well obviously the same rules apply when there is a normal storm: Don’t stand under trees and the such. But you probably want to go look for a car or a house. Just a place to keep warm where the zombies and rain can’t get you. If anything you’ll just have to find a cave.
Personally, I wouldn’t cause’ showers can put you in a weak position. It’s not nice, but only wash when completely necessary. Try and do it whilst a companion stands guard. Water supplies will most likely be scarce (I doubt plumbing will still be operational) so try and conserve your supplies. Also, try not to wash in your water supply (i.e upstream) as no one likes human body flavoured water except Zombies.
That is just what we like to hear!
Now, if anyone has thought of anything that we haven’t; please do share! Even the small things like this could mean the difference between life and death. Help each other out, guys!
Personally, I would steer clear. But I’ll analyse it for you.
Firstly, it really depends on the location. In a large town, most places will be overrun with zombies, so don’t assume it is a perfect haven. If you are in a small town or village-y type place, a large, dominating school may be the first place other survivors flock too, so expect quite a lot of..uhm…competition from potentially hostile survivors as well as zombies.
Lots of people will also probably think of the same thing so I would expect it to be inhabited by either zombies or survivors. Most likely both! It may also be too large for a small group to fortify and keep to yourself. Maybe a section of it would be most practical.
Resources are another complicated issue. I won’t go into depth.
Keep your options open though. Have plenty of ‘plan Bs’.
Unless you can literally ‘smash skulls’ with your bare hands, avoid! Much safer using a solid blunt object like a steel crowbar or bat.
Or y’know, just avoid a fight altogether.