Hillary Clinton Shares Her Unique Technique Which Helped Her Overcome Depression After The Election Loss
March 8, 2018 15:25 By Fabiosa
Nobody likes to lose. Hillary Clinton didn’t win the election race, however, she made a history as the first female presidential candidate. It was not an easy time for Hillary, but it appears Clinton has some secret technique which helps her cope with stress, and she wants to share it with other women.
Hillary Clinton reveals her ‘anti-stress’ technique
Being a woman is a challenge, especially if you are a public figure. Today, we live in the world of powerful women who are able to make difference and become the new leaders of the next generation.
Hillary Clinton is definitely one of the powerful women in the modern society. As the former first lady of the United States, Hillary stood for the gender equality and was an advocate for healthcare reform. Later, Clinton became the first female Senator and she ran for president in 2008.
Hillary made a second attempt at a presidential run in 2016. Though she lost the election to Donald Trump, Clinton won a plurality of the popular vote.
In 2017, Clinton released her first post-election book “What Happened,” which describes in details what went wrong in her presidential race and how she managed to cope with her failure.
In her book, Clinton shares the special technique she uses to overcome stress. It’s a combination of yoga and alternate nostril breathing.
Hillary’s anti-stress method became so much popular among men and women that she was asked to show it in action during her live interview with CNN. Hillary explained:
I would highly recommend it. I can only say from my personal experience that if you’re sitting cross-legged on the yoga mat, and you’re doing it, you feel very relaxing.
You can watch Hillary’s breathwork method in this video:
Hillary says her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, uses this practice too. Chelsea follows in her mother’s footsteps in many ways. As a vice chair of The Clinton Foundation, the former first daughter works on strategies to empower the next generation to reach their goals. Chelsea said a woman who inspired her personality was her own mother, Hillary Clinton.
Hillary’s anti-stress practice seems to be rather useful and simple at the same time. We already want to try it and check how it works. If you liked Clinton’s breathwork technique, please, let us know in the comments.