Worry as a Buffer: Minimizing Emotional Contrasts after Negative Events

Research indicates that the primary reason behind worry might be to mitigate the impact of negative emotional shifts following adverse events. In essence, if we’re already in a state of worry or anxiety, the emotional downfall experienced after a negative event is less severe compared to when we’re in a state of happiness or relaxation.

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