Monday, November 24, 2008

File This Study Under "No Kidding, Really?"

Does THIS seem familiar E?

I love the advice the researcher gives as a solution:

"He adds that people who know they have a strong negative reaction to uncertainty should attempt to avoid it whenever possible."

Well, that's helpful, thanks.

It's right up there with the classic;

"Doctor, my arm hurts when I raise it above my head like this."

"Don't raise your arm above your head like that," says the doctor.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Now I have a response to say when someone tells me to calm down/stop worrying:

"If you had as highly developed a 'fight or flight' response as I do, you'd be freaking out too."