How to move forward after Election Day, according to the pros who are right there with you

A literal glass ceiling atop the Javits Center in Manhattan, where Hillary Clinton's supporters congregated on election night, held a nervous energy that transformed into palpable grief as Clinton staffers and the audience realized the country was electing Donald Trump early Wednesday morning. "Nauseous" is how one staffer felt that night, Mic previously reported. 

In the wake of Trump's shocking victory, people are grieving, wallowing in guilt, or feeling paralyzed by fear that our country will become less and less safe for women, people of color, Muslims, undocumented immigrants, LGBTQ people and people with disabilities, among the other groups Trump targeted throughout his campaign.