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  Christmas Depression Self Care Tips Why might you need Christmas depression self care? Well, Christmas depression doesn’t only affect someone who is depressed or suffering from SAD. Christmas depression can happen to anyone. Unrealistic expectations, anxiety, stress, increased responsibility, …Read More

In 2017 I wrote an article, “Christmas Depression” I asked why Christmas was so depressing and what could be done to fight Christmas depression. I was surprised to find that during Christmas fewer people are actually admitted to hospital emergency rooms …Read More

Why do we get depressed at Christmas? The answer is different for everyone. For Christians, one of their most holy holidays has been taken over by greedy corporations and politically correct fringe groups. For others, Christmas is a hectic time …Read More

Christmas depression is real and it hurts. Christmas is supposed to be the happiest time on earth. But for many, its the saddest, loneliest time. That’s because most of us have this fantasy of what a perfect Christmas should look …Read More

Feel exhausted from Christmas? Post Christmas fatigue can linger for weeks, making January feel not only cold but dreary. Here’s a few simple tricks to lessen the effects of post Christmas fatigue. Proper Sleep. Your body might need a few nights of …Read More

Even though Christmas is a time of joy and happiness for many people, tons of souls in our world experience a difficult time during this month. For some people the Holiday season is a time when depression hits hard. Anxiety, …Read More

Christmas depression is really, really tough for someone depressed. Even though friends and family and the world in general seem to be full joy, that doesn’t mean a person with mental illness feels that same joy. Depression doesn’t change quickly with …Read More

Still exhausted by those Christmas hormones? Post Christmas fatigue doesn’t have to linger or overwhelm you. It’s effects can be lessened with a few simple tricks. Proper Sleep. Your body might need a few nights of good, restful sleep before …Read More

Feeling post-Christmas exhaustion? You’re not alone. 70% of Americans say they’re fatigued by Christmas, according to the American Psychological Association. By the time January rolls in, post-Christmas fatigue can make you feel so tired, you wish you could hibernate like …Read More