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Sick Of Negative News? Check Out This IG Account

@the_happy_broadcast is the perfect place to find a healthy dose of positivity in our crazy world.

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Sick Of Negative News? Check Out This IG Account
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If you're like me, you can only take so much of today's news before you feel yourself beginning to spiral. With COVID-19, the presidential election, financial stress, and the threat of climate change, we all have a lot on our plates and the news isn't really helping. But, before you give up all hope, let me introduce you to a safe haven of positive news, because believe it or not, that's a thing that exists. Look no further than @the_happy_broadcast on Instagram. Here's why they deserve your follow.

They're Focused On "Anxiety Free News"

https://www.instagram.com/the_happy_broadcast/?hl=en

The Happy Broadcast focuses entirely on positive news and mental health, giving us all a much needed break from the constant bombardment of the 24 hour news cycle. The creator of the account, Mauro Gatti explains that "The Happy Broadcast was born as a way to deal with my social anxiety caused by the constant stream of negative news."

They Cover A Variety of Topics

The Happy Broadcast has covered gender equality, healthcare, animal rights, and anything else you can think of. As someone who worries frequently about the threat of climate change on our future, The Happy Broadcast's positive environmental news is my favorite.

Just One Look At Their Page Will Give You A Serotonin Boost

You can't tell me that that adorable doggie didn't put a smile on your face. These cute and brightly colored illustrations are a trademark of The Happy Broadcast's content and are drawn by the account's founder. They always put me in a good mood when I see them on my feed.

Want Multiple Happy Headlines At The Same Time? They've Got You

Happier Sundays are The Happy Broadcast's collection of positive news from the week before, and it's the perfect way to get rid of those Sunday Scaries and start your week off right.

They Also Provide Education on Healthy Media Consumption

It's important to make sure we form good consumption habits when it comes to news, social media, and the Internet. The Happy Broadcast offers helpful tips on balancing mental health with the need to stay informed and engaged.

Not On Instagram? Don't Worry, They Have An Email Newsletter

https://www.thehappybroadcast.com/THBnewsletter

The Happy Broadcast Newsletter is another way to get your daily dose of positive news. You can subscribe here.

We all need a little bit of brightness in these crazy times, and that's exactly what The Happy Broadcast provides. It's okay to want to escape from the terrible news surrounding us. Our feeds could all use a little positivity, so go ahead and give them a follow and treat yourself to some happy news.

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