Talking Through Tragedy Not Necessarily Beneficial

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Grin Slowly Spreads Across Mom’s Face As Meal Revealed To Contain Healthy Ingredients

‘The Mashed Potatoes Are Actually Made With Cauliflower,’ She Announces

VERONA, WI—Having waited until everyone at the table had finished their dinner Monday, a knowing grin reportedly spread across local mother Angela Hopkins’ face as she announced to her family that the mashed potatoes had in fact been made using cauliflower as a healthier alternative.
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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