Gratitude Amidst the Chaos: Navigating Thanksgiving Stress

As Thanksgiving approaches, so does the potential for heightened stress amid the holiday preparations. The pressure to create a perfect feast, navigate family dynamics, and meet expectations can turn a day of gratitude into a source of anxiety. Acknowledging and addressing the stress associated with Thanksgiving is a crucial step in ensuring a more mindful and enjoyable holiday season. In...[ read more ]

Mental Health During the Holiday Season – Keeping in Touch

Keeping in touch can be a very difficult thing to do. With Covid,  family, and loved ones at a greater distance than ever before it is easy to feel as if you are no longer in touch. However, keeping in touch can actually be easier than ever before and much safer. With online video applications like Zoom, Skype, and thousands...[ read more ]

Mental Health During the Holiday Season

‘Happy Holidays’ is a common phrase we hear around this time of year. For many no matter what you celebrate this time is usually associated with joy and being around family and loved ones. However, this is sadly not the truth for everyone, especially during this time. Many of us are faced with isolating ourselves from loved ones because of...[ read more ]

The Holiday Struggle

December of 2006 was my first Christmas married. Christmas has always been my favorite holiday. I love the lights and smells and traditions, and I was so excited to be able to decorate my own home and welcome people into our space. However, that Christmas was also my only Christmas married. My ex-husband left a couple of months later, ending...[ read more ]

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