Updated: Jan 30
Holidays are fraught with heightened expectations of all sorts: gifts, time commitments, job responsibilities, family and personal needs.
Many persons are struggling with some painful memories of the holiday season.
Blogger and author, Hilary Jacobs Hendel, LCSW writes of those experiences in her November 20, 2020 piece, which resonates with so many folx.
If you're still feeling overwhelmed and need additional support, please reach out and speak to a professional.
There are many trained persons out there to help. If you're feeling overwhelmed, but not in crisis, please reach out to a professional to talk to and build your support system.
Take care, and stay safe,
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