Stress!

Disappearing planes, hijacked by the pilots?!?

Stress!

Confusing and depressing stories of health-care nightmares?

Anxiety!

The Russian bear redux?

Depression?

Stock market slumps and soars—is this a roller coaster?

Stress!

Earthquakesearthquakesearthquakes

Phobia-inducing!

Massive human rights violator protected by other human rights violators...

Depressing.

We want to stay informed. But, there are problems we can’t do anything about except pray. Once again, it’s time for another Therapy Soup news fast.

What’s YOUR favorite reason to take a break from the news cycle?

 

 

 

 

 


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    Last reviewed: 17 Mar 2014

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