How to Survive a Horror Film | Nerd Fitness
Horror movie tip: Monsters can be deceptive, wearing disguises and playing dead, and lure you into a trap. Be a skeptic and think carefully before taking potentially dangerous actions.
Real world parallel: remain a skeptic when trying to get healthy. Cheap thrills and easy paths often lead to nowhere or are harmful.
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