The 2020 election, and the outcome, may be a source of stress for some of us. This is a good time to assess your stress levels and take some precautions to protect your mental and physical health. There are many options for limiting media consumption, lowering stress levels, focusing on self-care, and avoiding conflict during this time.
Take Care of Your Well-being
Access tips, resources, and services to help support your well-being during this election season.
- Political Stress Toolkit
- How to Emotionally Prepare for the 2020 Election
- 2020 Election Sanity Guide
- Building Resilience in Times of Stress
- Strategies for Coping Through Uncertainty
- Taking Care of Yourself in Stressful Times
Faculty/Employee Assistance Program
All employees, and your household members, have access to confidential counseling through the Faculty/Employee Assistance program. This is a free service available 24/7. Click here to learn more.
Join Sharon Morisi, in the Coping with Uncertainty: How to Manage Ongoing Stress with our New Normal webinar. Click here to learn more about upcoming sessions.
- Listen to a free webinar - Informed or Infirmed? Healthy Media Consumption as Election Day Approaches
- Find your calm through a free virtual fitness class. Learn more and register here.
- Check out additional resources, including meditations and yoga, from the Student Wellness Center.