Friday, March 06, 2020

Rock Chalk Head Shrinker Attempts To Explain COVID-19 Fear

Pop psychology report that might not help console a few thousand dead people across the planet as the rates of infection continue to rise in the United States. Read more:

Mental health expert explains psychology behind coronavirus fear

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Since the spike in coronavirus, more people have turned to stocking up on food and supplies. Mental health experts say fear can be a natural instinct when it comes to viral outbreaks, but it's important to remember not to panic.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

No issues with soap and water. No need for the hand sanitizer, unless soap and water isn't an option. Preparing for the inevitable isn't panic, it is good practice.

Anonymous said...

The flu is worse. Just the media hysteria.

Anonymous said...


Wash people and teach your kids how to be clean. I've seen your kids do some pretty dirty things in the store and parents don't do anything about it. Some people don't realize how bad they smell either. The one that takes my breath away is the dirty hair smell. Oh and when you go into a bathroom WASH and don't touch the door handle use a paper towel.

Anonymous said...

My butt crack smells but I don’t really mind it. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Explanation: White people are mentally ill. Always have been. Always will be.

Anonymous said...

People here in KC raid the grocery store when the weather man/woman/transgender weather person predicts rain!