Election 2020: Managing Election Stress for Parents


A recent poll by the American Psychological Association found that well over half of adults — 68 percent of adults — found the election season to be very stressful. Now, as we come down to the wire, anxiety over possible outcomes — and concern about the aftermath of the election — may be more stressful than ever.  

And that stress and anxiety can get passed along to our kids. Beginning at a very young age, kids notice what is going on. Here are some resources to help ourselves manage election stress and talk to our children about the current political climate. 

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