This is indeed a good time to give yourself a pat on the back and say, "You're doing great, buddy! This is where the overthinking we spoke about earlier extends into Seasonal Affective Disorder SAD , a type of depression associated with seasonal changes, stirring up a toxic festive cocktail of listlessness, sadness and isolation. I like to listen to Christmas CDs.
I prepare good food for myself, watch TV, read, call a friend and talk. Yes No I need help 10 It's "mind over matter".
This is a smart choice if your job involves interacting with coworkers or customers; being at work will help you to feel less lonely. Thanks for the group. Find low cost ways to have fun. There are millions of women and men around the world in a similar situation. Celebrate with us! Perhaps you can get outside and explore your town or city. Yes No I need help There you have it.
Kathy Widomski. In general, there are three ways to cope with being alone at Christmas. Call those people back and say "yes.
Are you spending this Christmas alone? Many homeless shelters cook a Christmas dinner for their guests, and because it's much more than usual, regarding work, they can always use help.
Thanks, Margaret, for forming this group and for the warm hearth.
You may have even come to associate the holidays with loneliness and isolation. Heather Dorothy Woods, yoga has been really good for me. Rose Pitkin Rousselle. Is the festive season a burden on your wallet?
Mary E Beasley Campbell. Yes No I need help 7 Call your family and friends.