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Survival Wisdom & Know How: Everything You Need to Know to Subsist in the Wilderness

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Just like the rest of Survival Wisdom’s programmes, all courses are bespoke and can be created on demand to meet the needs of your children and curriculum.

Just like the rest of Survival Wisdom’s programmes, all courses are created on demand to meet the needs of your children and curriculum. The majority of our workshops can be adapted to be delivered at your school/nearby forest should transport be an issue.

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  • The Rangers with the Survival Wisdom team

    Survival Wisdom & Know-How provides the most complete, all-in-one volume on every aspect of outdoor adventure and survival ever, from orienteering to campfire cooking to ice climbing and beyond. Culled from dozens of respected books from Stackpole Books, the industry's leader in outdoor adventure, this massive collection of wilderness know-how leaves absolutely nothing to chance when it comes to surviving and thriving in the wilderness-and appreciating every minute of it.

    7. Recognize "self-induced" stress. The guys at Survival Wisdom are all ex-UK Military men, and because of that they were able to talk to me about the stress some soldiers go through. We add a level of stress to already stressful situations by judging our reactions. "I've failed." "I let my family down." "This is all my fault." "I should have been able to control this." We feel guilty. it is to stop, step back, and note what IS actually happening, not your commentary and judgment, but just the facts. And in that mindful moment, reassess your skills to calmly address changes that need to be made. Being mindful of this builds your own resilience, which will strengthen your ability to adapt, change, and develop, leading to . Practicing this skill can make a big difference in your daily interactions and reduce drama. Always a good thing, unless you are a character on Mad Men or .