We don’t think about this very often, but reporters and photographers often see distressful scenes that can affect them for a lifetime. Memories of the 9-11 attacks stand as a good reminder that journalists need to take care of their mental health after the trauma occurs. We are often expected to be able to walk away and not be affected by what we see and hear. This story from NYDailynews.com is good food for thought.
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- The Lonely Death of George Bell – The New York Times
- Millennials must contend with labor market that is more mobile and competitive – The Boston Globe
- How Trigger Warnings Are Hurting Mental Health on Campus
- In revamping its video strategy, The Washington Post steers clear of imitating TV
- 6 questions journalists should be able to answer before pitching a story | Poynter.
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