Kelly Richardson advises teens reeling from the presidential election to form their own opinions based on their own research: “Don’t get caught up in taking sides against people – don’t we all have the same end goal to live positive lives in a safe and peaceful country?”
Kelly Richardson advises teens reeling from the presidential election to form their own opinions based on their own research: “Don’t get caught up in taking sides against people – don’t we all have the same end goal to live positive lives in a safe and peaceful country?” Linda Gonzales lgonzales@sacbee.com
Kelly Richardson advises teens reeling from the presidential election to form their own opinions based on their own research: “Don’t get caught up in taking sides against people – don’t we all have the same end goal to live positive lives in a safe and peaceful country?” Linda Gonzales lgonzales@sacbee.com
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Advice for teens reeling from post-election anxiety

November 11, 2016 03:37 PM

UPDATED November 13, 2016 10:08 PM

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Therapist Kelly Richardson writes a weekly column for The Sacramento Bee. Her Folsom practice focuses on adolescents. Richardson says she believes proper communication and clear boundaries help build strong and lasting relationships. Contact Kelly Richardson at krichardson@sacbee.com or mail to Teen Talk, The Sacramento Bee, P.O. Box 15880, Sacramento, CA 95852.