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Americans are on the verge of a nervous breakdown due to endless crises.
According to a survey conducted by the American Psychological Association, 87% of Americans perceive the past two years as an endless series of crises, and 73% say they can no longer cope with it. According to Fox News host Greg Gutfeld, this means that almost anyone on the street can freak out and attack you with their fists.
Are we swooning with fear from the endless stream of bad news? Psychologists have confirmed that the pandemic, soaring inflation, a nation torn apart by race differences, the collapsing economy, international isolation, the fighting in Ukraine, and the fact that the McRib burger hasn’t been on sale all year has definitely taken a toll on our brains.
The American Psychological Association, or APA, has released the results of its annual survey covering a wide range of topics related to stress in America. By the way, you will be tormented to fill it!
They found that 87 per cent of Americans feel the past two years have been a never-ending series of crises. Thanks, Joe Biden. Or Obama? Or Obama-Biden? Michelle? And more than 75* per cent feel that it is beyond their strength. The remaining 27 per cent went crazy enough to fail to complete the survey.
This means that almost every person you pass on the street can be on the verge of a nervous breakdown and at any moment can punch you in the face. Especially if her name starts with ‘Dana Perino’.
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And it’s true, people are losing their minds. If by people you mean idiots like The New York Times columnist Paul Krugman. He predicts that now after the mask regime is lifted, people wearing masks will be subjected to violence.
If only someone could get us out of all this! What should we do, Mr President? Source
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