•Sharing with friends & family, and
•Time with children.
There are also some that experience mild to moderate depression called:
2.Seasonal Depression, or
3.Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Infobarrel.com has an outstanding article on “Coping with Holiday Depression“. According to Infobarrel.com:
Statistics around the holidays show increased:
•Suicide attempts and thoughts,
•Other unhealthy ways of coping.”
“Coping with Holiday Depress“, on Infobarrel.com also has seven steps that I THINK PARENTS SHOULD KNOW!
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