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One way to combat stress this time of year, or anytime for that matter, is to practice gratitude.
The period between Christmas and New Year’s provides a good time for reflection.
If your depression and anxiety continue after January, maybe you are struggling with something other than holiday (situational) blues.
Sometimes, holiday activities do not bring warmth and a smile, but rather holiday stress and anxiety. What can you do to get through this difficult time?
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Depression puts a big stress on marriages or relationships.
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