6 Mental Health Tips for Survivors with Post-Election Anxiety

(Content Warning: suicide, sexual assault)

It’s a tough time to be a survivor of sexual assault or abuse in the US – we have a new president-elect who has bragged about sexual assault and gaslighted the public about it.

So if you’re feeling reminded of your trauma right now, you’re not alone. Here are some suggestions from Uplift Rebellion’s Tasha Carey, an intimate partner violence and sexual assault survivor who lives with PTSD.

We hope these ideas help you show yourself the gentle care you deserve right now.

With Love,
The Editors at Everyday Feminism


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Tasha Carey of Uplift Rebellion is a domestic violence survivor who lives with PTSD. She makes uplifting videos to help us remember that we’re incredible and one human family. She puts out new videos mostly-ish on Tuesdays providing uplift, positivity, and perspective. Follow her work on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.