Talking Through Tragedy Not Necessarily Beneficial

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Frenzied Trump Supporters Admit They’d Be Just As Happy Tearing Him To Pieces

‘We’re Just Mad And Want To Destroy Something,’ Say Candidate’s Backers

WASHINGTON—Saying they simply needed something to direct their anger toward, the nation’s frenzied Donald Trump supporters admitted Thursday that, if circumstances were different, they would be just as happy tearing the Republican frontrunner to pieces.
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Talking Through Tragedy Not Necessarily Beneficial

A study conducted by the University of Buffalo found that people who discuss their feelings following a tragedy are no more likely to feel better later than those who don't. What do you think?
  • "This is all the more reason not to listen when people start yammering about their problems."

    Tim Pew
    Woodcarver
  • "I think our news organizations would tend to differ with these findings."

    Marissa Harvey
    Upholsterer
  • “The only way I can deal with the trauma of losing my left arm is to call that corn picker a piece of shit."

    Martin Howard
    Farmer