5 Ways to Manage Your Anxiety About the Presidential Election

October 18, 2016

Think of the common ground you share with people who have different political beliefs.

Think of the reasons you like your significant other, friends and relatives that have nothing to do with politics. Do not define another person by which candidate he or she supports or opposes. “As you’re judging someone, think, ‘How is this person just like me?’” says Joe Burton, founder and CEO of Whil Concepts, Inc., a San Francisco-based firm that provides digital mindfulness, leadership and yoga training. “They probably want to help the country and the underprivileged. It helps take the edge off the anger.”

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