I am sure most of you have heard ofsecond-hand smoke (SHS), which is when nonsmokers are exposed to smoke exhaled by a smoker. Here are some alarming facts about SHS.
(1) Non-smokers who breathe inSHStake in nicotine and toxic chemicals the same way smokers do; (2) There’s no safe level of exposure for second-hand smoke (SHS); (3) Second-hand smoke is known to cause cancer; (4) SHS is linked to the following in children: lymphoma, leukemia, liver cancer, and brain tumors.
While it is undeniable that SHS is extremely detrimental to one’s health, have you heard of second-hand fear (SHF)? My guess is that many people are unfamiliar with this phenomenon and how it might be affecting their daily lives.
So, what is second-hand fear (SHF)? And how can you prevent it from influencing your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors?
Second-hand fearis the act, conscious or otherwise…
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