Brooklyn massage therapist offers deal for patients coping with 'Trump anxiety'
The circus that is the 2016 presidential race has no doubt caused grief among some segments of the American population. The debates resemble heated middle school brawls and many view the GOP front-runner as an abrasive mogul with no political experience to date.
The result of Donald Trump continually excelling in the polls has led to a rise in what the Washington Post has dubbed, "Trump anxiety." Reported by psychologists and massage therapists among their clients, the "disorder" stems from the fear that he will beat the odds to win the election and that we will ring in 2017 by watching Trump get sworn into office.
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According to one psychologist working in the district, "He has stirred people up." Alison Howard added, "We've been told our whole lives not to say bad things about people, to not be bullies, to not ostracize people based on their skin color. We have these social mores, and he breaks all of them and he's successful. And people are wondering how he gets away with it."
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Taking this trend and running with it, one Brooklyn massage therapist has created the 'Money Bags' massage, an experience dedicated to helping those who have self-diagnosed themselves with Trump anxiety.
For $200 a pop, the ad promises to "make your muscles great again" via a 120-minute money-scented massage. Perks include a "minted" peppermint foot rub and a "hot orange" scalp massage, you know, to really round out the theme.
The best part? Clients looking to contribute to the Donald's opponents in the presidential race will be excited to know that 20 percent of all the proceeds will go towards Bernie Sanders' campaign.
If this politically fueled rejuvenation sounds like just what you need, you'll have to make the trek to Prospect Heights to make it happen -- and if you've caught a case of the not-so-rare disorder, it might be worth the hefty price tag.
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