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  The world is an intense place. I’m not sure we were designed to process as much information as we receive in a day. Think back to a time when the news was only on for a short time. We saw a few newsworthy items, then went on with our business.   Now the news never stops, we are bombarded with stressful headlines twenty-four hours a day. This information arrives right to our phone, television, even fuel pumps broadcast the latest tragedy. It seems we can’t get away from it.   Each time we hear or read about another disaster it’s as if someone hits a nerve in our tooth. The shock electrifies our body, sending waves of negative energy from head to toe, including every cell in between. To say we are overstimulated is an understatement.   Our nerves are so raw we can’t work through the simplest of problems with ease. We explode with rage, not because the problem is so large, but because we are having a difficult time keeping our emotions in check.   Imagine our emotions as a soda pop bott

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