Acknowledge Feelings

Recognize and accept that it's normal to feel blue during the holidays.

Set Realistic Expectations

Avoid idealizing the season and understand it's okay not to be joyful all the time.

Connect With Loved Ones  

Reach out to friends and family for support and companionship.


Prioritize self-care with activities that bring you comfort and relaxation.

Limit Stress

Manage your holiday commitments and prioritize what feels important to you.


Helping others can boost your mood and provide a sense of purpose.

Embrace New Traditions

Consider creating new, enjoyable traditions for the season.

Seek Professional Help

If needed, consult a mental health professional for guidance and support.

Limit Alcohol And Sugar

Overindulging can worsen mood swings and fatigue.

Plan For After The Holidays

Have activities or goals to look forward to after the holiday season ends.

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