Crime Stories As Coping Mechanisms - Deepstash

Crime Stories As Coping Mechanisms

Crime Stories As Coping Mechanisms

Consuming stories of crime and destruction can be beneficial too, as it acts as a coping mechanism for the various hardships that life has to offer. But too much of the same can have a reverse effect, making us feel chronically worried and depressed.

The brain creates and pumps a dose of adrenaline every time one watches a true crime story, something that is common while watching breaking news. This rush of adrenaline can be addictive and unhealthy in the long run.

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