Are you feeling depressed? Unable to get into the “holiday spirit?” Can’t understand why you just haven’t decorated yet, sent Christmas cards/invitations, or even began your shopping? You could be depressed and experiencing what I call the “end of the year woes.”If you are anything like me, you feel the end result of the year’s trials and tribulations and while you’d rather be resting, taking in the smells and sights of the season, and feeling positive, you are feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and concerned about the year to come.
If this sounds like you, you might find the active link above useful.
Once I employ these methods with some gratitude, I find that my holiday season gets brighter as the weeks go by.
Very best to you during the most beautiful and sacred time of the season!
What are the 5 things people tend to miss in teens contemplating suicide? Tamara Hill, a nationally-certified clinical trauma therapist, will present her workshop on this topic at our 2019 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference. Learn more at https://t.co/tTP5Q8Lgb5pic.twitter.com/Gt4K7kF5A9