The holiday season is a fun time of the year. Parties, celebrations, family, and friends. But also could be a time filled with sadness and anxiety.
Maybe you think: I hate Christmas! I'm The Grinch!
You're not The Grinch; you have Holiday Depression.
Causes and results
Sadness and anxiety are personal feelings. Shopping, a lot of parties, family commitments, and a house full of guests may increase tension and blue sensation. Here are some other causes:
- Fatigue or Burnout.
- Unreliable expectations.
- Financial burden.
- Inability to be with our family or friends.
And the result of all these could be:
- Immoderate drinking.
If you want to sing "All I want for Christmas is You" and feel amazing, follow these tips:
- Prioritize to reduce stress.
- Set realistic goals for yourself.
- Relax and don't try to push for the picture-perfect holiday.
- Be realistic about money and responsibilities.
- Limit your drinking.
- Spend time with supportive and caring souls.
- Make time for yourself!
- Share responsibilities with others; you can't do everything alone.
- Manage seasonal affective disorder.
- If you are lonely or far from home, try volunteering some time to help others.
- Keep your in mind your expenses.
You can do it! Maybe almost we can sing together, "Jingle Bell."
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