Why does a person who jumps from a roof die of a broken heart most of the time, when there is nothing wrong with a person who jumps from an airplane with a parachute?
Answer from: Sergey Nim:
Author of English books and the langformula blog...
Psychology. When you give a person a placebo, telling him it's medicine, he feels better. When a person is confident that he has a serviceable parachute, he will have less fear of falling than someone who falls knowingly toward death, on purpose or by accident.
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