We pay attention to the negative news. Hence the media plays with that aspect of human psychology

Why are newspapers and TV broadcasts filled with disaster, corruption and incompetence? It may be because we are drawn to depressing stories without realizing and our negative brain is more sensitive than our positive triggers, says psychologist. When you read the news, sometimes it can feel like the only things reported are shocking, depressing events….

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News can make or break a person’s reputation

Today, with all advanced technology, the media influences our lives more than ever. Whether it is radio, television, newspapers, magazines or the Internet, the mass media has a significant impact on our lives. Instead, the media presents a constructive role in today’s society from increasing public awareness to collecting views, information, and also the opinion…

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Negative news sells more than positive news

Why do the media distribute more news about the bad things in life than the good stuff? Does that reflect the true state of our society? The good news versus bad news debate has been around for decades. Every day we are immersed in stories about the most horrific acts and events that have taken…

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Why is Indian media so negative?

“Tell me, Why is Indian media so negative?  Why are we in India so flustered to recognize our strengths, our successes? We are such a great country. We have too many excellent success stories. Still, we neglect to acknowledge them. Why?”  ―A. P. J. Abdul Kalam No nation can grow or progress when its people…

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The key to getting your prayers answered is persistence

Persistence and prayer: Persistence in prayer is appealing until you have the answer or request you are seeking from God. This demands patience, waiting. This is the ground of spiritual growth, spiritual vitality, and health! Because our natural inclination is to use God and not to love God, only frustrations in prayer can purge and…

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