It will be hard to escape a conversation that doesn’t focus on Monday night’s presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Emotions are running high for voters with many feeling hopelessness, anger and a crazy amount of anxiety. In other words, there will be more than a few co-workers secretly having a panic attack behind closed doors. But what is it about this election cycle that’s affecting our mental health so drastically? We talk to Slate columnist Michelle Goldberg about the therapists who are seeing an increase in what she calls “trump-induced anxiety” and what voters can do to deal with the stress as November 8th creeps closer whether they’re supporting Clinton, Trump or a third-party candidate. We also take calls from listeners.