Post your election anxieties at the 14th Street stop on the L

Because we KNOW you need to vent:

Hundreds left pastel-colored Post-it notes on the wall of a New York City subway stop on Wednesday, hours after Donald Trump was elected president.

Artist Levee started the project, known as “Subway Therapy,” years before Tuesday’s election, and has held sessions all over town. While he’s not a licensed therapist, Levee’s goal is to make people smile, laugh and feel less stressed.

Typically he would set up shop with a table and two chairs, but he told ABC News that Wednesday’s version was like a special election edition, given how intense the contest had become and the toll it had taken on voters.

“Because of how stressful the last couple of days were, I thought it would be nice to have something that people could do really quickly so they could maybe get something off their chest,” Levee told ABC News.

So he gathered Post-it and pens in the underpass between the 1 train and the L at the 14th Street stop. He invited commuters to write a question or share a sentiment on the results.

 

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