As Election Day quickly approaches, anxiety across the country is increasing. If you’re not aware, the election could be causing you or others around you anxiety which is perfectly normal. Anxiety is a feeling that happens when someone is worried about the unknown and Counselor Yunetta Spring explains ways to cope.
Some tips she recommends are to vote early, take election day off, and not have political conversations with others.
Listen to the rest of the tips that can help you prepare before and after the November 3rd election.
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Kamala Harris Goes For Trump’s Jugular As She And Biden Introduce Their Presidential Ticket
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Very few things bring me joy with the current state of things but damn if that @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris speech didn’t fill me with a sense of hope that I haven’t felt in awhile. #mamala #ByeDon2020 #BidenHarris2020 pic.twitter.com/fqunKo54sT— .trasha (@tashakunzler) August 12, 2020
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The “I don’t like Kamala” rhetoric is so riddled with misogynoir.— Jon Paul, Ed. D. ✊🏾🏳️🌈 (@DoctorJonPaul) August 12, 2020
Y’all over here acting holier than thou like if we didn’t pull up your MySpace/past you wouldn’t be trying to dust/laugh it off.
If y’all don’t get on..... pic.twitter.com/wth6DIM0hb
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