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Stress makes you process bad news better, a study
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Aug 09 2018

A recent study has found people feeling stressed or anxious more able to process and internalize bad news. It is a known tendency of people to take notice of good news rather than bad news normally. But when people feel threatened or stressed, a different pattern emerged where they become more vigilant to bad news, regardless of the anxiety source.

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