Yes, It's O.K. to Be Sad During the Holidays
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While holidays are supposed to be the happiest time of the year, many people experience deep sadness, anxiety, and stress during this time.
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Staying in isolation and hibernating at home can make you sad.
Try to get out and meet people, as socializing can be a remedy to sadness.
While your mind may cook up excuses, it is a fact that any kind of exercise, even walking for a short while will make you feel better, and will increase your heart rate. It is even better with friends, at the gym, with music on.
Hating Monday is practically an international pastime. There’s a bit of a collective conscience that Mondays suck.
Social media the idea that Mondays...
The Sunday are a form of “anticipatory anxiety,” that's why concerns might creep in as you consider the upcoming week.
Worrying about future events is human nature. But prolonged anxiety can lead to chronic stress, which increases your risk of health problems, including depression, heart disease, digestive problems, sleep issues, and more.
Treating yourself well on Sunday can help you feel better about Monday. You can try: