Talking Through Tragedy Not Necessarily Beneficial

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Area Dad Thinks Refs Should Just Let Them Play Football

DOYLESTOWN, PA—Facetiously questioning how the game had suddenly become a non-contact sport, local father Aaron Harper confirmed his belief Thursday that referees officiating a Thanksgiving game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions should just let them play football out there.
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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
  • "I think our news organizations would tend to differ with these findings."

    Marissa Harvey
  • “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