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Why you might feel holiday blues — and strategies help you to cope

by The 100 Companies

With Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s celebrations ahead of us, this is often described as the “most wonderful time of the year.”

But the holidays can also lead to anxiety, stress and depression. A survey found nearly two-thirds of people with diagnosed mental health conditions say the holiday season made their conditions worse. Many others have short-term symptoms caused by holiday expectations.

Families, shopping, loneliness and skewed perspectives can contribute to holiday blues, but there are coping mechanisms. Find some recommendations from the National Alliance on Mental Illness here, and learn more about Pennsylvania-based holistic wellness solutions provider MyAdvisor here.

MyAdvisor Care Coordination Team, The Pittsburgh 100

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