There's an old saying I've heard many times from friends and family in Wyoming that pertains to wild bear sightings that goes: "you don't have to run faster than the bear to get away, you just have to run faster than the guy next to you".
I want to be clear that this isn't how it normally works. If you have a bear enter your home, it will normally not leave and close the door. However, there is new video of what is likely the most polite bear ever who did just that when a lady requested.
What would you do if those you love were facing imminent danger? Would you fight or flee? One man showed how brave he was when he came face to snout with a bear as he jumped into action and showed how bear slapping is done.
How do you deal with the heat? Hopefully air conditioning is an option for you. For a grizzly in Yellowstone, there's one option readily available in many parts of the park. Head to the river and play hard.
Life is tough, why not distract ourselves when we feel that it's getting too heavy. I mean, sure, we can listen to music as an escape, we can go for a walk for our mental health, but I really enjoy videos on social media as I mindlessly scroll.