Does Christmas push your buttons, stir your emotions, reopen old wounds, or prompt tears? Does it remind you of the things or the people you don’t have in your life, or the things or people you have lost?
You are not alone. Christmas does that to me too.
So how can we help ourselves at this time of year? How can we be extra kind to ourselves? How can we take extra good care of ourselves?
I’ve come up with some suggestions based on my own experience, which you can read in this blog post I wrote for Psychologies magazine’s Life Labs yesterday: Coping at Christmas when life hasn’t gone to plan.
If you can relate, please drop me a line. That helps me to feel less alone. And if you have any suggestions of your own, please do share them in the comments.
Wishing you a peaceful Christmas and a prosperous New Year. See you on the other side.
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