Caring for Yourself and Others: A Holiday Support Guide
This time of year can be exciting and joyous, filled with traditions and hopefully some time to rest! Each year, some look forward to the connection and warmth that the holiday season can bring, but for many, the holidays also can be a stressful time.
Whether you celebrate the season with cultural or family traditions, recognize Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Christmas, other religious beliefs, or do not have any relationship with the holiday season, this time of year can cause stress, anxiety and depression. For some it may be stressful to gather with family, or it may be challenging when we aren’t able to get together with related or chosen family members. For others it may feel isolating to see constant holiday messaging that isn’t representative of our beliefs or culture.
At Each Mind Matters, we want to remind everyone to practice self-care through the holiday season. This month we will be sharing weekly tips for mental health and emotional wellness during the holiday season in a four-part series titled Caring for Yourself and Others: A Holiday Support Guide.
Here is a preview of what’s to come:
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