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Why Your Brain Likes Bad News

Ever wonder why negativity spreads faster than positivity?

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I’ve often heard people say “the world is full of bad news.” It’s true; bad news does seem to be everywhere but that doesn’t mean good news doesn’t exist, it just doesn’t get nearly as much airtime…

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Psychology, philosophy, science and where they intersect.

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Rajeet enjoys mixing cocktails and bombarding strangers with philosophy.

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