6 Ways Not to Handle a Hurricane
Many go into a panic mode with initial hurricane warnings. The probability of dying in a hurricane is one in 3,357 Live Science found. That’s the good news. The bad news is ways people handle pending natural disasters. Some go to one extreme to another. Some people go into an emotional tailspin. Psych Central said “People who feel an overwhelming anxiety, fear or other prolonged reaction that adversely affects their interpersonal relationships or job performance should consult with a trained and experienced mental health professional.” Anxiety is not the only culprit. Not getting the facts, playing storm chasers, or going into a mental breakdown are all poor ways to deal with a hurricane or any natural threats. Here are additional ways not to deal with a hurricane.