During the Trump vs. Biden election some folks I used to work or collaborated with vehemently turned on me.
To this day some people that agreed with me the last 999 times I posted suddenly disagree and POOF, they’re gone, history.
At my life-long church there’s now a regular parishioner who attends weekly Mass, a retired physician, who’s one of the smartest gentlemen I know and a true undeniably strong no holds-barred bona fide authentic conservative who gave me tremendous advice one day in the back of church regarding those who turned their backs on me:
“Maybe they were never your friend after all.”
I almost died in the hospital from COVID, double pnemonia, and sepsis last September. Does anyone think I honestly give a damn if I care if they like my blogs?
Today’s read is from Larry Alton, writing in The American Thinker. Here’s an excerpt:
In the United States, millions of people struggle with anxiety related to politics. They may hate the current state of the country, they may fear their political rivals getting into power, or they may be obsessed with the latest developments related to a cause that’s important.
But what’s the real reason political anxiety is so high? And what can we do about it?
Let’s start by taking a closer look at the major root causes of high political anxiety.
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