With the holidays right around the corner and the schedule filling up, I’m reminded how busy this time of year can be. Don’t get me wrong, the holidays can be a fun-filled season with holiday cheer and delicious food. However, for many, this season can also mean higher than average levels of anxiety because of the additional costs, events, and more socializing. While every individual has a slightly different strategy of reducing their winter woes, I wanted to provide some tips on what you can do to keep the holidays merry and bright.
About The Author: Megan Bowling, M.A., LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Orange, California. She has been in the mental health field for more than eight years. Megan's specialties include: anxiety, trauma, life changes, mood, relationships, and school challenges.