Remember post-election selection trauma (PEST), the alleged malady that inflicted some Florida voters four years ago? A Boca Raton psychologist coined the term after noticing that the re-election of George W. Bush triggered deep depression in Democrats for whom the 2000 presidential was still considered stolen. We haven’t yet heard of an outbreak of crippling ennui among the 59 million voters who did not choose Barack Obama last week. Perhaps many McCain supporters weren’t surprised they voted for the losing candidate. Or, unlike the PEST victims, they don’t believe their candidate had an automatic right to win. Solace is available for McCain voters in the form of advice, some for a fee, on how to survive the Obama presidency. BusinessWeek Online ethics columnist Dr. Bruce Weinstein prescribes anger management and a positive outlook geared at taking back the White House in 2012. Losing gracefully, as McCain himself did, is the best advice - one that thousands of Al Gore and John Kerry supporters refused to take.