That’s what marketing expert Margo Aaron says when she writes “the way information is delivered influences your perception of it”.
That’s why online sources are scaring us for clickbait and traditional media companies are all doom and gloom all the time for ratings.
Panic comes when we become addicted to information that may or may not be correct when we are in a stage of anxiety and stress.
Turn off Twitter, Facebook and social media and disengage from people who are using your fear to make a living.
Face the facts but reject the fear. Preserve hope.
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