The 2016 presidential race to the White House is our new normal. It is not simply about a campaign for one candidate, but also a vote against the other candidate. With the focus more on defeating the opposition than supporting one’s own party, it has been very personal, very intense and increasingly volatile. Americans are angry, fearful and frustrated, and it’s taken a toll on all levels of interaction.
Author and international stress management expert Genella Macintyre can share numerous tips to help you manage your post-election frustration proactively.