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My son recently brought home a homework assignment. He was supposed to write down a plan for what to do if there was a fire in our house. He’s not even 6.
That same week, our daughter told us about a fire drill in her daycare. She’s only 3.
Even at that age, it’s important to have a plan for the direst of circumstances. Fires are chaotic. To help cut through the confusion and the stress, we come up with plans and practice them. Without confusion, there will be less chaos and fear.
If we plan and practice a response to a fire emergency, why don’t we do the same for other emergencies?