I've been a frequent critic of his. I still am. I think he sincerely tried his best to govern for the whole country.
I think you saw that with the ACA, a policy I still have concerns with, both in its function and in its rollout. But he did it because he believes no one should be unable to pay for their chemo or delivery of their child. You saw that with his tearful reflection about the children gunned down on Sandy Hook. He supported gun control because he saw slack policy as a significant reason those elementary school kids died. Knowing kids died over something he sincerely believed was preventable broke his spirit.
Or, when he said that Trayvon Martin looked like he could be his son. He identified as black, and did so proudly. I don't like how he spoke to us all the time, but I think he tried.
That's not worth much, but I'm just emoting and sipping rye and complaining about sports (there's a commercial break).
It infuriates me that many of the bipartisan efforts he sought were so difficult to obtain because of the intense vitriol he received but did not merit. Not the "I have massive concerns about his policy" or "I dislike his character" but illogical disdain for his person. If you know me, you know why I think that is but **sips tea emoji**
Whatever your concerns were (are?) with Obama, know that you'll miss his normalness. You'll want someone that had a firm grasp of policy even when you disagree with them. Someone that actually did attempt the normal means of government despire elected officials screaming "YOU LIE" in the middle of his addresses. (This is a real thing so you know- https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qgce06Yw2ro)
Our new president entered politics on the strength of his slander against the President's Americanness (and by extension played into hostility against his ethnicity). If you're bothered by his misogyny, or his racism, or his lies, or his misunderstanding of basic forms of government, or his rhetoric, or his disdain for the media, or his treatment of religious minorities, his mockery of the most dignified of his critics, his disparaging remarks about the differently abled, his fraternization by corrupt leaders in religion, business, and politics, really anything because there's a lot of reasons to dislike the dude -- then resist. Demand a better leader. Find out how you can support good policy on the state or local level. Trump is our employee and he's on a four-year contract.
Try not to waste time on people utterly enamored by him -- I know this is hard, I need to practice what I preach -- but find people, even people you disagree with wildly, even Trump voters, that share some of your concerns and as long as they don't pose a threat to your physical or mental health, try and find common ground to resist. Together.