Articles To Help Cope With The 2016 Election & To Take Action

Santa Cruz Indivisible presents a list of articles to help cope and inspire for action…..


Who, If Not You? How You Can Intervene When Witnessing Racist Act

Post-election stress is a big problem (and not just for liberals) – The …

How to Preserve Your Mental Health Despite the 2016 Election

How to Cope With Post-Election Stress | Richard Dawkins Foundation

How to Channel Your Post-Election Anger, Sadness, and Fear … – Slate

How to Persuade a Trump Supporter to Reject and Resist Trumpism

11 Ways To Deal With Your Intense Anxiety Over Trump Being President

How to cope with Trump-induced anxiety – Metro US—hoTO6oNk28TGQ

How to Get Trump Voters to Support Refugees, Obamacare – The …

How to Flip a Trump Voter Without Pushing Too Hard | Alternet

How to reason with a Trump voter (opinion) –

How to Persuade a Trump Supporter to Reject and Resist Trumpism

Anxiety About Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts Is Sweeping Red-State …

Aftermath: Sixteen Writers on Trump’s America – The New Yorker

A Minority President: Why the Polls Failed, And What … – George Lakoff

8 Therapists on Postelection Anxiety — Science of Us – NYMag

Therapists Offer Strategies for Postelection Stress – The New York Times

He once called it ‘election stress disorder.’ Now the … – Washington Post

No Sympathy for the Hillbilly

The ultimate guide to anti-Trumpism: Turn all that spontaneous outrage into concerted action

Next Step for Trump Resistance: Get organized, fight burnout

America’s New ‘Anxiety’ Disorder

Group of Mental Health Professionals Warn Trump’s State ‘Putting Country in Danger’


How to talk to your kids about the election and the results

How To Talk To Children About The Election | The Huffington Post

The parent-child discussion many dread post election

‘I’m Going to Reassure Them That They Are Safe’: Talking to Students …

Teaching Tolerance – Southern Poverty Law Center

Three Challenges for Teachers in the era of Trump

Columbia University – Teachers’ Responsibility in post-election classroom

Returning to the classroom after the election – University of Michigan

Compiled by Diane Bridgeman, Ph.D.