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You can turn election stress into courage and compassion, says Kelly McGonigal. Here's how.
More than anything else, this election is eroding social trust. Most commentaries treat election stress like ordinary, everyday stress. But let’s be clear: The stress we’re feeling about this election can have profound effects on our individual and collective well-being.
Moral distress is no ordinary stress, and preserving social trust requires more than just taking a bath, watching comedies, or even meditating. Rather than turn to the usual stress-reduction strategies of distraction and self-soothing, it’s important to recognize what makes this election’s stress so toxic—and what we can do to turn that poison into good medicine. For ourselves, and for others.
This requires more than mindfulness. It calls for heartfulness—the courage to stay engaged, with an open heart and a determination to hold onto your faith in what connects us. In this spirit, I offer three strategies for transforming moral distress into moral courage, moral elevation, and compassion.
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If you have an Amazon Prime subscription, you can upload an unlimited number of pictures to Prime Photos at their full resolution. With the new Family Vault, you can now share that space with up to five friends or family members.
The Amazon Echo is useful to have around the home. It can play podcasts, take reminders and notes, tell you the length of your commute, even control other appliances in your house. But at prices ranging from $50 to $150, it’s an expensive proposition if you’re not sure you’ll use it. Good news though, you can make a fully-functional one using a Raspberry Pi.
When the news constantly bombards you with statements and claims that you can’t verify, fact checkers become extremely important. To that end, Google will now surface fact check stories in Google News results.
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