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Democrats now suf­fer from “post-elec­tion grief,” in­spir­ing one ther­a­pist to write an es­say for Na­tional Pub­lic Ra­dio sug­gest­ing that dis­traught Dems would ben­e­fit from bak­ing muffins in the “sanc­tu­ary” of their kitchen. Jean Fain, a Har­vard Med­i­cal School-af­fil­i­ated psy­chother­a­pist, even sup­plied a muf­fin recipe that in­cludes ba­nanas, ap­ple­sauce, oat­meal, hazel­nuts and cho­co­late chips — not­ing that “muf­fin mak­ing as a med­i­ta­tive prac­tice is a re­li­able source of com­fort and hope.” Well, OK.

Now along comes Pub­lish­ers Weekly, the ma­jor in­dus­try guide in the books realm, with a re­port that at least three ma­jor book pub­lish­ers are now rush­ing out se­ri­ous books to help Democrats cope with Pres­i­den­t­elect Don­ald Trump’s vic­tory. And yes, one is ac­tu­ally called “The Trump Sur­vival Guide: Ev­ery­thing You Need to Know About Liv­ing Through What You Hoped

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