Addressing Feelings of Isolation During the Holidays: Celebrate YOU!

Addressing Feelings of Isolation During the Holidays

During the holiday season, while many of us find joy in connecting with friends and family, some may experience the challenge of feeling isolated, particularly if prone to depression or anxiety. If this resonates with you, here’s what you can do:

  1. Cultivate Happiness: Remind yourself of the people, places, and activities that bring you joy. Establish regular calls or video chats with friends to maintain connections effortlessly.
  2. Diverse Communication: Explore various ways to connect, such as sending holiday cards or communicating through phone calls, text messages, emails, and social media.
  3. Calming Activities: Engage in calming activities like reading, meditation, or gratitude journaling if social situations feel uncomfortable.
  4. Prioritize Self-Care: Amid the distractions and stress of the season, don’t neglect self-care. Maintain a balanced diet, incorporate moderate exercise, and ensure you get adequate sleep.

The holidays, while joyous for many, can exacerbate depression and anxiety for some. Recognize the importance of coping with added stress during this time, especially considering that 52% of Canadians report feelings of anxiety, depression, and isolation during the holiday season.

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