On Wednesday, more than 47.5 percent of American voters — making up the majority of the popular vote — either went to sleep with or woke up to the knowledge that their candidate, Hillary Clinton, had lost the Electoral College and, thus, the election. News that Donald Trump will be our 45th president is more than just a shocking upset for these people. For many of them, it’s cause for real clinical grief. We’ve seen the montages on TV of people breaking down in public as they realized the Republican candidate was taking a strong lead. Knowing it’s a tough time for a lot, here are a few ways to deal with the post-election grief.