ABC News offers a look at post-election depression (I agree—for most people, if that’s your biggest problem you’re probably doing OK), which prominently features testimonial from one Sarah Huckabee, Arkansan and daughter of former Gov. Mike Huckabee.
She speaks on behalf of suddenly unemployed campaign workers everywhere about the challenge of returning to “the real world” after living and working in a heated campaign environment for months:
When her father’s campaign ended during the Republican primaries, Huckabee said she felt more than a sense of loss.
“It felt like it didn’t hit us until a couple of weeks later when we were like, ‘Uh, what do we do now?’ You don’t know how to have a normal life anymore,” said Huckabee, who is now the executive director for Huck PAC, a GOP campaigning organization in Washington, D.C.
“Getting back to the real world is probably one of the hardest things,” she said.