How to cope with election results anxiety, according to a psychologist

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With no clear end in sight, an air of uncertainty has settled over those of all party lines this election. That feeling doesn’t come without an emotional toll. Uncertainty is “pretty much the brain’s least favorite experience,” says psychologist Aimee Daramus, PsyD. And, over the next few hours (or days or weeks), you’ll need to safeguard your own mental health. Here Well+Good provides tips to help with anxiety while watching the election results come in.

How to cope with election results anxiety, according to a  psychologist

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