New Year’s is touted as an exciting opportunity for a fresh start. However, it can often create more stress than excitement. Many people make their New Year’s resolutions with good intentions. However, they may set unrealistic resolutions. When they don’t (more…)
Archive for Holiday Posts
The new year is just around the corner. For many people, that means creating resolutions and making goals that foster positive change. Others see the new year as a new beginning and as a chance to start over with a (more…)
Feasts, baked treats, and alcohol. Oh my!
Your healthy and homecooked meals are being swapped by grazing at buffet tables. Your water bottle has quickly been replaced by wine, champagne, and mixed drinks. And you’ve taste-tested more sweets and treats (more…)
If the holidays come around, and you start feeling blue, know that you are not alone. There is a lot of grief that surrounds the holidays. This can include mild irritability or immense sadness. For some of us, holiday music, (more…)
Everyone experiences some stress during the holidays. This time of year is demanding. If you have a general anxiety disorder (GAD), this stress can heighten it. Anxiety can make it difficult to enjoy the holidays. Between socialization, shopping, scheduling, and (more…)