When everyone around you is a picture of festive merriment and cheer, depression can feel especially isolating. That's why it's especially important to look after yourself at this time of year. It's also worth remembering, that under the novelty jumpers, glitter and mistletoe, others are struggling too - but are putting on a smile (and a pair of reindeer deelyboppers) for the sake of everybody else. You're less alone than you think. [image courtesy of thelatestkate.tumblr.com]
#Holiday planning, scheduling, and money pressures have you feeling down? You're not alone. Many of us get the blues at this time of year. Try these #tips for avoiding things that trigger holiday #depression.
This weekend is the end of Daylight Savings. It doesn't have to mean another season of the blues. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKqUoaDNwyo View last years message on Overcoming Holiday Blues entitled "Christmas Shoes" It is my testimony of being healed from holiday depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.) To find more videos and encouragement view the website @ http://tbcli4.wix.com/tbcofli #SAD, #TBCLI, #holidayblues, #daylightsavings, #DST,