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This year has been scary - and for many, conspiracy theories have been a source of comfort. Falk since rejected such claims. What did you think of this story? Yet another reason to keep things low-key. Try to understand those feelings - particularly in a year like the one we've just had.

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But research shows that friends are actually even more important to our psychological. The recent rules changes have upended holiday plans for many of us, but seeiing still may find yourself grappling with such situations over the next few days - talking not about legitimate political questions and debates, but outlandish plots and fictions. Have they thought about the counter-evidence? This was very persuasive to me," he explains.

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He developed a deeper understanding of the scientific method and scepticism itself. It's an important generator of self-esteem - which will make them resistant to change.

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But the spirit of doubt that pervades the conspiracy-minded internet is actually a key opening for rational thought, says Jovan Byford. Have they thought about the counter-evidence? If they're not ready to talk just yet, don't force them.

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For instance, are some of their beliefs contradictory? So how do you talk to people about conspiracy theories without ruining Christmas? Finding out someone you care about is self-harming can make you feel worried, confused and a bit helpless.

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Do the details of the theory they're describing make much sense? Just because one expert believes something, doesn't make it true. Do the details of the theory they're describing make much sense? Questions are much more effective than assertions, experts say.

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