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Don't leap in with evac routes and the like. If you are new to prepping, and your family apparently does not think about it much, start off by showing them examples of the importance of being prepared.

There are tons of examples to draw from: The 1996 winter storm, Hurricane Sandy, 9/11.

Any refugee and fleeing citizen can follow a route of evacuation. Knowing the best route, what to do during, and where they are heading are the elements that make the difference and are all part of a well thought out plan.

Do some research and then talk to them about what you have been thinking about and what sorts of preparations you are making. Tell them one big worry you have is what they would do and ask if they have ever thought about it...

Come at it from a place of care and consideration, not fear.
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