December 23, 2020

Resources for when the holidays feel hard.

In this post, we’ve compiled our top resources – designed to meet you where you’re at, and provide just a little more support – to help you navigate a panoply of holiday-induced stressors.

By Annie Wright|Adulting, Anxiety, Depression

As we slide into the last month of 2020, how are you feeling?

How does it feel to be in the thick of the holiday season amidst this ongoing global pandemic?

If you feel fine and good, that’s wonderful.

But, for many of us, we may still feel tired, stressed, and overwhelmed.

We’ve been in some version of quarantine for nearly nine months now, COVID cases continue to skyrocket in this cold and flu season, we’re spending the holidays in ways that might look quite different than years past, and daylight hours shortening and the cold quickening.

With all of this at play, it’s normal and natural to feel stressed. To feel overwhelmed. To feel tired, anxious, or sad. However you feel these days, please, let that be okay.

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And if you feel challenged in any way, the resources listed below – chock full of tools, tips, and advice to navigate a panoply of holiday-induced stressors – are designed to meet you where you’re at, and provide just a little more support.

1. Quick Tips: Coping With A Variety of Holiday Stressors

The holidays are nearly upon us and, if you’re like most people, you may feel stressed out by them for a variety of reasons. In this post, we want to share some quick tips to combat holiday-related anxiety, particularly if your anxiety revolves around family, travel, financial strain, or time strain.

2. 5 Practical But Effective Tips For Managing Social Anxiety

Social anxiety is something many of us deal with. Here we share 5 practical but effective tips to help you manage any social anxiety you may experience, particularly around social events as we head into the holiday season.

3. Why a Therapist May Be Helpful When You Want to Stop Yo-Yo Dieting

When trying to begin Intuitive Eating, there may be deeper emotional needs that need to be addressed. In this post, Charis Stiles, LCSW discusses different ways to know if therapy could support you in this journey.

4. How to Not Diet This Holiday Season

The holiday season can be a source of stress when it comes to our body image. If you feel compelled to diet, if you’re struggling with your body image, this post is for you.

5. 7 Important Things To Remember If The Holidays Are Rough For You

If you’re currently experiencing a subtle but steady sense of dread here in the midst of the holiday season, here are 7 important points that may help steady you through this time.

If you or someone you love needs more tailored and rigorous mental health care support, as always, our team at Evergreen Counseling is here to support you, seven days a week.

Please feel free to reach out to us to set up a complimentary consult call so we can match you with the best therapist for your situation. We’re always here for you.

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