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Avoiding the Holiday Blues

Published on 12/4/2017
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Avoiding the Holiday Blues

 

    This time of year, visions of festive parties and gatherings come to mind. That’s because we tend to have certain expectations of the holidays, which I feel are largely fueled by images from the television and big screen. When things don’t turn out in this glamorous and lively manner, we may feel let down. In reality, few people have lifestyles like these we see in the media.

    My friends often complain of experiencing empty and depressed feelings during this season, even when they have lovely families and many dear friends. Over the years, I have developed some suggestions for coping with these feelings and I want to share with you.

    When feeling down, try contacting a friend you haven’t spoken to in a while, attending a party with a close friend, or even visiting that old auntie who is probably feeling lonely too. Choose to get out there and be with people regardless of your situation, it can really help reduce feelings of loneliness.

    The act of giving is also an effective way to lessen and even eliminate feelings of loneliness. When you choose to help others who cannot help themselves or who are less fortunate than you, you are connecting with your fellow man. Or even volunteering your time to your favorite charity can really put you back in the spirit of the holidays.

    A final suggestion on my “avoiding the holiday blues” list is to take good care of yourself. That could involve treating yourself to something special like going for a massage, indulging in your favorite hobby, or settling in with a favorite movie or good book. The trick is to lift your spirits and recreate your holiday in a way that is rewarding for you.

    My fellow IBO'ers, all my best wishes to you and your family for the month ahead. May it be a warm and peaceful Holiday season! And Oh Yeah....... GO IBO!

 

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