When an artery in someone's head bursts, there's very little that can prepare you.
"I can still hear the bang and see the blood. I'll carry that with me for the rest of my life."
One study found that people who repeatedly viewed footage of deadly events were more traumatized than those who had witnessed the events in real life.
We asked psychologists and a chaplain how to handle weeks of headlines dominated by shootings, political turmoil, and terrorist attacks.
On the eve of Oneohtrix Point Never's latest album release, 'Garden of Delete,' So Sad Today talks with Daniel Lopatin about depression, endless chilling, and the importance of honesty in performance.
Naomi Jacobs went to bed a 32-year-old woman and woke up believing she was a teenager again. After temporarily losing 17 years of memories from a rare form of amnesia, Jacobs wrote a memoir about piecing her life back together.
The stories of four people who directly caused someone else's death in one way or another.
Can confronting nightmares lead to real-life closure?
Can the internet shut up about it already?
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