TWD, Survival Rule Of The Week: What you DON’T need from yourself

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Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal) - The Walking Dead - Season 2, Episode 10 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal) – The Walking Dead – Season 2, Episode 10 – Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

Often, in my Walking Dead, Survival Rule(s) Of The Week, I focus on physical things, places, or people you should avoid if you ever find yourself in a zombie apocalypse. Since I focused on what you needed from yourself last week, I figured this week I could bring some much-needed attention to what you definitely do NOT need from yourself in a zombie apocalypse.

The reason I find this so important is people can often prove to be their own worst enemies. Granted, this can be disastrous for those people for several reasons. Still, in a world populated by an overabundance of flesh-eating zombies, this problem can now engulf not only that person but everyone who is surviving alongside them.

When the world fills with the walking dead, if you don’t end some of your bad habits, they’ll wind up ending YOU.

So, this week, I’ll take a look at a few common personality flaws that, if left unchecked, won’t simply be dangerous for you but also dangerous for the people around you, who are likely those you care about the most.

I can’t necessarily tell you how to quell these flaws, but I can tell you the kind of problems you may be looking at if you don’t quell them and just how severe the consequences can get.

Hopefully, you can figure out the how so you don’t have to see the consequences.

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