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Stop Policing How People Deal with Events in Life

Stop Policing How People Deal with Events in Life Tragedies are happening all over the world at any given point in time. According to Georgetown University’s Bioethics research data, 120 lives are lost every minute. Loss is a part of life. Tragedies are something millions of people have to deal with on a regular basis. Mass casualties are even more taxing on a community. With the growing use of social media and its burgeoning worldwide popularity, we are able to connect even more when tragedy strikes. More than that, we are able to imagine ourselves in those dire situations. Sometimes social media, with the aid of the mainstream media, serves to lengthen our exposure.  However, It seems that with this comes criticism of how people choose to deal with the pain or the difficulties of various tragic situations. This is primarily a social media phenomenon in which people will criticize what another person is posting about. Can we stop it? People are allowed to deal with and manage tragedie