Embracing Change: Evolution of Survivalist Singles for a More Inclusive and User-Friendly Experience


Change is a constant in the digital world, and it can be met with mixed feelings. When it comes to online platforms, nostalgia often tugs at our hearts, reminding us of the experiences we once cherished. Survivalist Singles, a platform that originally found its footing in 2009, recently underwent a rebranding effort aimed at creating a more inclusive and user-friendly environment. As the original creator, it is important for me to address concerns expressed by some users who nostalgically recall the past. In this article, we will explore the motivations behind the rebranding and shed light on the benefits that the new Survivalist Singles brings to the table.

Acknowledging the Past:

First and foremost, I would like to express my gratitude to the community for their continued support and their affection for the original Survivalist Singles. Nostalgia can be powerful, as it represents memories and moments that hold a special place in our hearts. I understand that some members may prefer the original platform, but please allow me to share the journey and the vision that led to the rebranding.

A Journey of Growth:

When Survivalist Singles was first conceived, I had limited knowledge of website creation and design. The platform I created in 2009 was a labor of love, but it was far from perfect. Over the years, I have dedicated myself to learning and mastering web development to bring about positive changes. The rebranded Survivalist Singles reflects the growth and expertise I have gained throughout this journey.

Creating an Inclusive and Friendly Atmosphere:

One of the primary motivations behind the rebranding was to foster a more inclusive and friendly atmosphere on Survivalist Singles. We recognize the importance of diversity and respect for all individuals, regardless of their backgrounds, beliefs, or preferences. The new platform has been designed to promote inclusivity and provide a space where everyone can connect and share their passions.

Enhanced User Experience:

In addition to inclusivity, the rebranded Survivalist Singles focuses on providing a more user-friendly experience. User feedback has been invaluable in shaping the changes we have implemented. Our goal was to make navigation intuitive, streamline the interface, and enhance overall functionality. The result is a platform that is easier to use, allowing members to focus on building connections and exploring shared interests.

Addressing Concerns:

To those who preferred the original Survivalist Singles, I want to assure you that your concerns are heard. We value your feedback and opinions. If there are specific features or functionalities you miss, please let us know. Our intention is to continuously improve the platform based on user needs, and your input is crucial in that process. Together, we can bridge the gap between nostalgia and progress.

Embracing Growth and Adaptation:

Survivalist Singles, like any successful platform, must evolve to meet the changing needs of its users. By embracing growth and adaptation, we ensure that Survivalist Singles remains relevant and continues to provide value to the community. We strive to create an environment where connections flourish and like-minded individuals can come together to support and learn from each other.


Change can be challenging, especially when it comes to revisiting platforms we once held dear. However, the rebranded Survivalist Singles is a testament to growth, inclusivity, and a commitment to providing a user-friendly experience. As the original creator, I invite you to join us on this exciting journey. Let’s forge new connections, embrace the changes, and collectively build a community that thrives in the spirit of resilience and preparedness.

Remember, Survivalist Singles is here for you.

The importance of accepting each other as one human race, regardless of political beliefs:

In today’s society, it’s easy to get caught up in the politics of the moment. Everywhere we turn, there seems to be another debate or controversy about the latest political issue. And while it’s certainly important to be engaged and informed about the issues that affect our lives and our communities, it’s also important to remember that politics is just one aspect of our lives as human beings.

Regardless of our political beliefs, we are all part of the same human race. We all have the same basic needs for food, shelter, safety, and community. We all experience the same range of emotions, from love and joy to fear and sadness. And we all share a common desire for happiness, fulfillment, and purpose in our lives.

When we focus too much on our political beliefs, we can lose sight of our common humanity. We start to see others who don’t share our beliefs as enemies or opponents, rather than as fellow human beings. We become more divided and more polarized, which can lead to hostility, anger, and even violence.

But when we remember that we are all part of the same human race, we can begin to see each other in a different light. We can recognize that we all have something to offer, regardless of our political beliefs. We can listen to each other, learn from each other, and find common ground.

Accepting each other as one human race doesn’t mean that we have to give up our political beliefs or stop advocating for the issues that are important to us. It simply means that we approach each other with respect and compassion, recognizing that we all have inherent worth and value as human beings.

When we accept each other as one human race, we all win. We create a more peaceful and harmonious society, where people are free to express their views and ideas without fear of retribution or hostility. We build stronger and more meaningful relationships, based on mutual respect and understanding. And we create a brighter future for ourselves and for generations to come.

In conclusion, let’s remember that we are all part of the same human race, regardless of our political beliefs. Let’s focus on accepting each other with respect and compassion, and let’s work together to create a brighter future for all of us.

Dealing with Triggers: Personal journey and helping another with their triggers

Being triggered

The suppression of emotions is a common practice among men in our society, and unfortunately, it doesn’t work. Men often suppress their emotions, leading to a build-up of feelings that can cause them to explode like a volcano when triggered by something. Being triggered means experiencing an intense emotional response to a situation, sound, or memory, often leading to an overreaction that may not be proportionate to the situation.


Recognizing the trigger is the first step in dealing with it. It is essential to take a step back, take a deep breath, and assess the situation to determine if your reaction is proportionate. Sometimes triggers occur when there is no human interaction, such as listening to a song or hearing a sound. Once you recognize that it is indeed a trigger, it is up to you to go inward and find the source of the emotion.

Identifying the root cause of the trigger can be difficult but is crucial for healing. It could be a bad experience from childhood or an unpleasant experience as an adult. We can’t change the past, but we can acknowledge the source of the pain and forgive ourselves. Acknowledging that people do the best they can with what they have at the time can help alleviate some of the anger.

Punished child

Dealing with triggers is a process that requires patience and practice. Every time you are triggered, stop, take a breath, assess, and talk about it calmly if you can. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, try engaging in physical activity, breathing exercises, or listening to music. Journaling also helps get to the root cause.

If you’re a friend or family member of a triggered person, it’s essential to recognize when someone is triggered. Sometimes, their reactions may seem out of proportion to the situation. If they’re angry, it’s crucial to protect yourself first, but if you’re safe, try to hold space for them. Let them vent and express their emotions safely. Assure them that they’re valid, safe, and accepted.

Comforting a friend

Recognize, Reconcile, and Reactivate are the three steps to overcoming being triggered. Recognize the trigger, Reconcile with the past, and Reactivate your life with newfound wisdom. Healing from triggers is a journey, but the ultimate goal is not to be triggered anymore.

Freedom from triggers

In conclusion, dealing with triggers is a process that requires self-awareness, patience, and practice. Recognizing the trigger and its root cause is crucial for healing. If you’re a friend or family member of a triggered person, holding space for them and assuring them of their safety and validity can be helpful. The journey to healing is not easy, but with time, patience, and practice, it is possible to overcome triggers and live a life free of emotional turmoil.

Identifying Your Triggers: Why It’s Important for Healing and Personal Growth

Identifying your triggers is an essential step in the journey towards healing and personal growth. Triggers are events, people, or situations that can cause emotional distress or even trauma to resurface. These triggers can have a powerful impact on our mental and emotional well-being, often leading to reactive behaviors and negative patterns of thinking.

Recognizing and understanding your triggers is a crucial step in the process of healing and personal development. Here are some reasons why identifying your triggers is so important:

1. Increases Self-Awareness

Identifying your triggers helps you to become more self-aware. When you are aware of your triggers, you are better able to recognize when you are in a triggering situation. This awareness can help you to pause, take a step back, and observe your thoughts and feelings without being completely overwhelmed by them. When you are aware of your triggers, you can begin to respond in a more conscious and deliberate way rather than being reactive.

2. Enables Emotional Healing

Triggers can bring up painful emotions that have been buried deep within us. By identifying and acknowledging these triggers, we can begin to explore and process these emotions in a safe and supportive way. This can lead to emotional healing, as we learn to let go of the pain and trauma that has been holding us back.

3. Promotes Self-Care

Knowing your triggers also helps you to take better care of yourself. When you know what situations or people can trigger you, you can take steps to avoid or minimize exposure to them. You can also create a self-care plan that includes activities and practices that help you to manage stress and support your mental and emotional well-being.

4. Improves Relationships

Identifying your triggers can also improve your relationships with others. When you understand your triggers, you are better able to communicate your needs and boundaries to others. You can also recognize when someone else is triggering you, and take steps to address the situation in a constructive and respectful way.

5. Facilitates Personal Growth

Ultimately, identifying your triggers is a crucial step in the process of personal growth and self-improvement. By recognizing and working through our triggers, we can develop greater self-awareness, emotional resilience, and inner strength. We can learn to respond to difficult situations in a more conscious and intentional way, rather than being controlled by our triggers.

In conclusion, identifying your triggers is an essential part of the healing and personal growth journey. By becoming more aware of your triggers, you can take steps to manage them in a healthy and constructive way. This can lead to greater emotional healing, improved relationships, and a stronger sense of self-awareness and personal growth.

planet earth

Is the Earth round, flat, or hollow?

planet earth
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What is wrong with me? Why would I even entertain the thought? Why wouldn’t I? Anything is possible and not like corporations and governments haven’t shown us they cover the truth or slant it. And well, really I do enjoy these conversations so much!

While I don’t feel I have a dog in this fight, I do so enjoy entertaining different thoughts and ideas, especially outside the norm. I’m a big “what if?” kind of person. I think the first reaction to new information is rejection but once the brain dust settles the fun begins! So, let’s take a look at these Earth theories and see what turns out.

Twitter conversation

Where did you land on this earth of ours? I am still undecided and I haven’t found that my life would be different knowing either way. Have you watched the full moon landing video? I did watch it and my questions would be:

  • Who was already on the moon filming before they landed?
  • Why have we not been back?
  • Since NASA claims to have lost or destroyed the documents on how to get back, how could no one replicate it since?
  • Who stayed and filmed as they took off?
  • Did anyone ever go back and get them?

Ok, I think that’s all I have on that. Let’s move along here.

The reason I share this is to say well if there is doubt whether or not we landed on the moon and there are no direct photos of earth from space that are not computer-generated or enhanced then the possibility of the earth being something other than oblate spheroid is there. Besides, watching the original film is really interesting to see all the changes in generations and technology.

Have you read the articles debunking flat earth as false? I find that they mostly speak in circles and use demeaning tones but don’t offer anything substantial. Like gravity is a theory, we have no evidence. There is this ABC News brief on the topic. Read the whole thing and try to remove your bias of “knowing the earth is round”.

Have you looked at any of Admiral Byrd’s explorations? He gave public interviews about his explorations of Antarctica. His findings could lead us to believe that perhaps our earth is flat or hollow. He said there was much more of the world to explore and animals we thought we extinct. I suggest you look deeper into that, if nothing else it’s a great adventure! But these are real-life adventures I can get into. I find watching movies or shows uninteresting when the world is full of real adventures and explorations like this! I find it interesting that no country on earth can agree on much but all of them agree no one should go to certain places in the arctic. I always get curious when someone is trying to hide or mislead me. Why did we suddenly stop hearing about these explorations? Why did they end? Did they end?

Flat Earth Map

There is also the flat earth map that shows maybe the earth is flat and more spread out than we think, this shows more continents than what we currently are aware of. How exciting is that?! There is more world to discover and explore?! Wow! Now that would be the adventure of a lifetime! I love that thought of discovering a “new to us” world. Isn’t that better than watching others’ adventures on a screen? I used to look at google earth really close looking for abnormalities. Finding little inconsistencies or islands I can’t find exist anywhere and have no name but people live there. Underwater civilizations with whole subdivisions. there is so much to explore right here! I suggest you try it too! I had fun and found a lot of interesting things to ponder and perhaps implement into one of my music videos.

Questioning the narrative can be a great exercise in critical thinking and just plain fun! I still have so many questions. Thanks for letting me explore the possibilities with you. I hope I inspired you in some way. If the only one is to be open to listening to things that seem weird or out there with kindness and an open mind then I have been successful!

What would change about your life whether the earth is round, flat, or hollow? I might take a trip to explore but only after other people didn’t die first. What would it mean to entertain the idea of the earth being a different shape or hollow? Are you able to have an open discussion about topics that are new, foreign, or is that too scary? That’s ok too.

I don’t think anything is answered here as much as more questions arise. However, I welcome the thoughtful challenge and healthy respectful discussion any day of the week.

I hope this helps!

Brittani Starr

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