The Push-Pull of Recession
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Harvard psychologists discover why we dislike the people who deliver bad news.
- A new study looked at why people tend to "shoot the messenger".
- It's a fact that people don't like those who deliver them bad news.
- The effect stems from our inherent need to make sense of bad or unpredictable situations.
He reminds us that meaning is wherever we choose to look.
- This is in contradiction to the notion that an inner essence is waiting to be discovered.
If life exists on Mars, there's a good chance it's related to us, say researchers.
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