Even with such a pivotal election upon us, there is no need for 24-hour news updates. Get your daily fix (this normally takes no more than 10 minutes) and turn your attention toward more pleasant matters. If you are a "news junkie," do some searches for the top election stories from six months ago. Do these old discussions have much relevance today? Do people even talk about these particular stories that seemed so important at the time? Would people even know about them if they hadn't been presented as "breaking news"? Consider the difference between stories that contain relevant information and those that are much ado about nothing.
Regardless of whom you support for the Presidency, this upcoming election is bound to stress you out, unless you do something about it. Take a moment to step back and identify the ways that you can minimize this stress. By becoming more tolerant of different opinions, avoiding upsetting arguments and focusing only on substantial developments in the 2012 campaign, you'll spare yourself a lot of unnecessary suffering.
Now please excuse me while I change the channel and watch some Seinfeld re-runs.
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