Rachel Beider in the Wall Street Journal

I was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal regarding clients experiencing post-election stress issues. Quotes below:

"Brooklyn massage therapist Rachel Beider wasn’t surprised to see a 12% uptick in her business after the November election, but that was just the start.

The week after Donald Trump was inaugurated, sales at Massage Greenpoint popped 48% from pre-election levels, she says. And so far this month, the figure nearly has doubled.

Ms. Beider says clients are complaining of insomnia, tension and anxiety; Most cite the new administration.

“In our industry, stress is sort of a commodity,” she says. “In an odd way, it’s good for business.”

Yes, in left-leaning New York City, stress-relief specialists—from acupuncturists to barkeepers and therapists—say the fledgling Trump administration has triggered a surge in demand."

Original Article by Anne Kadet Here: New Yorkers Seek Ways to Cope with New World Order