Studies have shown that people would rather definitely get an electric shock now than maybe be shocked later, and show greater nervous-system activation when waiting for an unpredictable shock (or other unpleasant stimulus) than an expected one.
I think we can all agree that uncertainty is something we all want to avoid, and we can go to extreme lengths to do so. Living in these uncertain times is understandably, a cause for anxiety. I’m hoping though, in this episode, I can help you find a way to live with uncertainty – and actually find some peace.
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