Arthur Evans

Jr., PhD, clinical and community psychologist and CEO of the American Psychological Association

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Americans are tense amid possible violence at the polls. Businesses in LA have boarded up their windows just in case. There’s the threat of a stolen election — from both sides.

To minimize election stress, take care of your physical health and stay socially connected, says psychologist

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