Oct 21, 2020-- "How are you doing? For Americans facing the COVID-19 lockdown and economic instability through the spring and summer, that became a difficult question to ask--and to answer. Things were already pretty bad. And then the presidential election began in earnest. A new survey from the American Psychological Association finds that this election is a significant source of stress for more than two-thirds of American adults--up from half during the 2016 presidential election. According to a new report based on three surveys by the nonpartisan organization More in Common, 'About 7 in 10 Americans are worried about the risk of widespread violence breaking out across the country after election results are announced.'" In this article, Greater Good offers eight inquiries that can help us navigate this period. (8652 reads)
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