2. Be More Neighborly
During periods of economic downturn, people feel more alone than ever. They feel like they’re being abandoned by the government, their employers and the community at large. Hence, reaching out to your neighbors in this tough time can help you to survive an economic depression. You can help them out with their housework, lend them money if they need it, send over food, etc.
You will both help each other to stave off feelings of loneliness, which is is essential during tough times.