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As the crisis in Ukraine continues and the situation rapidly escalates between Israel and Hamas, viewing traumatic images of violence, death, and destruction is a daily task for many journalists who work on the digital frontline.
Research over recent decades shows that, eventually, our capacity to handle repeated exposure to traumatic incidents may lessen, seeing that “cup” overflow.
Tonya Mosley and Aaron Glantz on the impacts of the Trump presidency on US media and society.
In September 2016 The Edit assembled a special panel to discuss post-traumatic stress
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