When I merged my sites blog and its original core content into one presentation I had more than thirty categories and numerous posts were set up into a few categories each. I didn’t like it and felt it was confusing to the reader who I wanted to engage and retain so I slowly but surely removed the duplicate categorizations first. Then each of the remaining categories were examined to see if the articles fit there best or somewhere else. The end result was a sleeker and more fluid site (at least to my view) and while I still have 17 categories overall, its better than more than 30.
Lastly, DeGroat notes that you’re not alone in the experience of this anxiety. Don’t be afraid to seek comfort in others who feel the same way. Stay connected with the people you care about, and reach out to those who give you support. It’s okay to be afraid, but it’s okay to ask for help, too. At the very least, remember that instances like this do have a positive impact—even if it’s hard to see. Increased nuclear threat brings more attention to it, and that includes more attention given to education , preparation, and prevention for the future. Fear like this does have its upsides.