May 15, 2022

Handling of Post-Election Anxiety

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Election season may be stressful, and people may experience a range of emotions. Please know that your feelings are valid, and it’s okay to acknowledge and create room for them. Take solace in the fact that you are not alone in this difficult position. Here are some suggestions for dealing with post-election stress and managing your mental health.

Limit your media intake.

The first step is to limit your media exposure to news coverage. Turning off the television news or watching more of the news you wish to see can reduce your absorption less news. You can also set a time limit on how much time you spend reading and viewing the news, as well as how much time you spend consuming news in general.

Establish Limits

Develop a way to enforce any rules you have for limiting the amount of time you spend reading or watching the news. Set a timer on your phone for 20 minutes of news consumption per day, and you’ll be less likely to consume news for longer. This system can also remind you when you’ve spent too much time-consuming news, and suggest that you take a break.

Discuss it.

Debate is a productive, respectful way to discuss an important issue and come up with a solution. Use it to share your views, listen to others, and work through disagreements.

Self-care is important.

It helps you feel better about yourself, get organized, and make better decisions. It will help you stay calm when you are feeling stressed, and it will help you become more resilient. 

Seek Help

If you have been having a hard time managing stress, it is okay to ask for help. It doesn’t have to be something that only happens in person. You can reach out to friends, family, or professionals for support. Outside persons, such as a therapist, church member, or mentor, might be part of your support system. 

The election season is stressful for everyone- but especially for those who are running for office or supporting those who are. It is important to take breaks, listen to music, and spend time with friends and family to help keep your sanity. Election Day is a special day. On it, you reflect on the decisions that have been made, and you make plans for the future. You also spend time with family, friends, and loved ones, and you may even get a chance to vote.

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As a compassionate motivational speaker specializing personal finance topics and game streamer, Boost Gio has positioned himself in a career that can be explained in one phrase: “serving others.” Devoted advocate for elders, and businessman/woman, He has given without counting the returns, since 2010. Supporting the less fortunate as volunteer. As well as organizing charity events to give value to them. Boost Gio is a certified life coach under The Life Coach Training Institute in Manila, Philippines. A satellite life coach training community from Dallas, Texas. As a life coach, he uses professional expertise and his personal experience from challenging situations in the past to boost elders and businessmen. Helping them leap from comfort zone to courage zone. He is committed to his clients’ personal and professional goals.


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