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Let’s end the mindlessness epidemic

At the end of each day I often used to sit down and watch TV because it was a way to relax and unwind. Since reality TV has become so popular, I find just watching some shows makes me feel more stressed.

On these shows, contestants are always racing to beat the clock. We hear statements such as, “I have to get it perfect or I’ll be going home.” Then we break for an ad where you see a busy mother who

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