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A Fondness for Fear: Why Do We Like to Be Scared?

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A Fondness for Fear: Why Do We Like to Be Scared?


For some people, being frightened can actually make them feel better as every brain experiences fear and anxiety differently – and you may be more vulnerable to it depending on how your brain is shaped. NBC Health News, 10/21/2017. (Also see Anxiety and Attitude)


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