Post-Election Savvy Sources

 

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Tuesday night broke many hearts in this area— DC, Maryland, Virginia. Yesterday I sat with clients in various stages of grief, rage, despair, and shock.

If you, or someone you know, are struggling, here are a few resources:

If You’re Overwhelmed By The Election, Here’s What You Can Do Now

Elizabeth Gilbert asks “Who do I want to be in this situation?” 

After the Election How Do We Move Forward?

How to Talk to Your Kids About Trump’s Win

5 Ways to Reduce Post-Election Day Anxiety

5 Tips for Coping with Post-Election Shock and Panic

Living With Change, Post-Election Now is Not the Time To Gloat or Despise Others

Three Ways to Lower Post Election Anxiety

Pain, Anger, Sadness, Fear and Hope

18 Compassionate Poems To Help You Weather Uncertain Times

Coping with The Pain and Uncertainty Around Us

Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s Letter to His Daughter

My 2004 Post-Election Blog Post

Practice self-care. Feel your feelings. Write an op ed, a letter, or in your journal—get these feelings onto paper. Support causes you believe in. Connect with others. Donate. Volunteer. Spread kindness. Eat dark chocolate. Celebrate successes.

Wishing you moments of ease as we move forward. You are loved and your voice matters. Bisous. x

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8 comments

  1. Jen Cramer says:

    Thank you, Kimberly. I read this post, and it warmed me with the realization that we are not alone. And I wept for a minute. didn’t even realize that I needed to. And now I feel a little better. Thanks. I’m gonna keep this list handy!

    • Kimberly Wilson says:

      Jen, SO happy to hear it helped and you feel a little better. It’s a tough time and it’s helpful to know you’re not alone. x

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