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The news surrounding Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the Supreme Court has been hard for victims of sexual assault and harassment. Gabriella Demczuk-Pool/Getty Images

Experts share what you can do for your mental health amid news that Brett Kavanaugh will likely be confirmed.

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10/05/2018 | Brett Kavanaugh is likely being confirmed to the Supreme Court. And for many, that news feels devastating.

Several women have publicly accused Kavanaugh of sexually harassing or assaulting them when he was in high school and college in the 1980s. The discussion surrounding those accusations has been particularly difficult for sexual assault victims, who have heard politicians dismiss survivors’ pain amid a barrage of news coverage and heated conversations about Kavanaugh. The judge’s controversial Supreme Court bid has also triggered memories that many survivors have worked extremely hard to move past. Nicole Pajer: On Assignment For HuffPost

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