Opinion

Apocalypse vs apathy – the case for panic attacks

David Chaplin
Wed, 26 Jan 2022

Apocalypse vs apathy – the case for panic attacks
Did somebody say "bear"? (Image: Depositphotos)
David Chaplin
Wed, 26 Jan 2022
All these ‘don’t panic’ headlines are a worry.My in-depth casual internet search analysis throws up at least five or six of note in the last few days covering subject matter as diverse as Pokemon, Manchester United, quantum cryptography, rapid antigen tests, omicron, Ukraine (‘President addresses nation on possible conflict’) and, of course, investments (‘KiwiSaver members urged to stay calm as markets drop’).Well, I wasn’t going to panic but now you mention it ...I’m not the only one suffer...

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