I’m not going to sugar coat this: I was deeply disheartened, disillusioned, and disappointed by the results of this week’s election. However, that’s not what this post is about. If you don’t share my politics, please keep reading — this post is party-neutral. I’m hoping it provides peace, support, and healing, regardless of who or what you voted for.
For those of you who didn’t get the results you hoped for, I get it. You feel awful. Physically and mentally wrecked. So later on, we’re going to talk about some things you can do to help change that.
And for those of you who came out winners, I’m guessing you still might feel somewhat unsettled or uneasy — especially if you dig deep, and consider the relationships you have with those around you: specifically, the family members, colleagues, and friends who didn’t vote the same way you did.