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Developing a Survival Attitude is a critical component in the ability to survive. It’s to remain emotionally centered, instead of engaging in negative emotions. If one’s prone to anger or depression now when things are good, what will happen when things change and conditions aren’t favorable? Self-mastery requires practice in choosing positive emotions and maintaining inner peace regardless of what’s happening.
What’s in your head and heart determines whether you survive. Mental, emotional, and psychological resilience is the ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. Resilience and adaptability are key attributes for survival. Being able to readily adjust to different conditions shows in a willingness to try new things, like eating weeds and other strange foods, or not becoming upset when things go wrong.
Dr. Fred Bohman loves learning new things every day and believes he can learn something from everyone he comes in contact with. He speaks fluent Spanish and has lived and worked in 27 countries in Europe, Central and South America. He was one of the first Peace Corp Volunteers in Central America during the mid-1960s developing community agricultural and educational programs.
Dr. Bohman has over 60 years of experience in sustainable gardening. He studied nutrition in college and worked as a plant pathologist for a large international vegetable seed company. He’s formulated recipes for over 100 chain franchises and nutritional foods for humanitarian organizations.
His extensive skills and experience in primitive outdoor living were put to use in developing outdoor survival and rehabilitation programs at Brigham Young University where he taught in the Colleges of Health & Human Performance. Dr. Bohman currently serves as the Research Director for Nano Technology at Colegio de Postgraduados in Mexico.
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