How to Follow Politics Without Losing Your Mind

Strategies for maintaining a positive outlook

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When you watch or read a news story about American politics, how do you feel — angry, sad, incredulous, anxious?

If you’re a political junkie like me you might have answered “all of the above” even within the same newscast. In today’s chaotic times, it’s easy to have these feelings…

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Joel Ombry

Joel Ombry

Trying to figure it out by writing it down. Interested in politics, health and fitness, writing and personal development.

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