Franklin Graham Gives Coping Tips For "Election Stress Disorder"

Do you know people who are truly stressed about this election? It's easy to be affected: the news, the vitriol among citizens who are deeply divided, the high stakes for the future of our nation. The stress from this election is so prevalent and so deep that an actual disorder has been identified by the American Psychological Association--"Election Stress Disorder."

Here, Franklin Graham shares about the stress disorder surrounding the election and gives his own coping tips.

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The Washington Post gives several ways to combat the stress of this election.  They recommend limiting news exposure, avoiding heated discussions about politics, and finding positive ways to help affect our country. And lastly, they advise keeping the perspective that no matter what happens in November, life will go on. 

What do you think of Graham's and the Washington Post's advice on how to handle the stress of this election? Are you finding yourself stressed? Let us hear your thoughts and prayers in the Comments! Thank you!