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How to say “goodbye” to holiday stress & “hello” to a more joyful season
How much joy do you feel during the holidays?
If you’re like many people, the spirit of the season comes with a side of stress.
In fact, research shows that about 2 in 3 people experience holiday stress1— and that the pressure to feel happy is a major source of holiday stress and depression.2
Before holiday stress becomes overwhelming, stop it from snowballing. There’s plenty you can do to manage holiday stress and get more joy out of the season!
In this month’s Visual Insights Newsletter, we explore the causes of holiday stress and effective ways to deal with it. Click here to see it!
When it comes to holiday stress, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. But with the right mindset and strategies, you can cut through the stress and truly enjoy the holiday season, instead of just trying to survive it!
Go ahead and click here to get essential tips for reducing holiday stress.
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