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We are exposed to news everywhere; TV, radio, online through social media, some of which is fake news, and our attention span is less than a goldfish’s. Disaster news is the number one category in the news interest index and there are studies proving that exposure to bad news can cause anxiety, mood disorders and can even be addictive.

On the other hand, good news has been proven to increase our ‘good mood hormones’ and even strengthen our faith in Humanity.

SO WHAT ARE WE TO DO?

Read good news
Just as reading bad news stirs up hormones and sparks neurotransmitters that change mood, so does good news. We can benefit greatly in our personal lives and relationships from exposing ourselves to positive information.
Human-interest stories increase trust and hope in humankind. Stories about improved living and health conditions are uplifting and encouraging. Lastly, no one can dispute the power of laughter; a good, clean, humorous story will leave a smile on your face every time you think back on it.

“We Become What We Think About.”

EARL NIGHTINGALE

Make it a habit

Add good news resources to your daily news feed or check our site The Humanity Post for uplifting information.

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  1. Andrew

    April 26, 2020 at 6:42 pm

    Good initiative.love your content.

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