Depressed When You Watch the News? Try This Tip to Help You Gain Perspective! by Teri Brown

Mindfulness
11 months ago
Depressed When You Watch the News? Try This Tip to Help You Gain Perspective!

Are you a news addict? Are you one of those people who read their newspaper or check the news sites almost before your morning coffee? Try a news blackout for a few days. Avoid watching news on television or getting your fix online or with your morning newspaper. Instead...

  • read some essays by famous authors on off-news topics 
  • pick up a good book
  • write in a journal

You’ll be amazed at how much time you’ll save and, if anything catastrophic happens, your friends will tell you!

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Donna John
This is something I already do, @teribrown. Being bombarded every day with negativity is not good for us. Shut it down for a day. Believe me, it'll be there when you turn the TV back on. Thanks for sharing this important tip with the tribe!
Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead
Thanks for this, Teri Brown ! This news junkie needs your advice right about now!

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