By Kristin Bower, leadership and workplace consultant with MyWorkplaceHealth
Some of us love everything about the holiday season – cookies, music, gifts! And some of us have a harder time with it all, even at the best of times. Perhaps you are grieving the loss of a loved one or find yourself alone in a new city. Or maybe you just don’t like all the commercialism that can come with this time of year. Regardless of what is happening in each of our individual lives, the holiday season can often pose unique challenges for us. So, we put together some tips on how to manage your mental health during the holidays.
How to Manage Your Mental Health During the Holidays
Here are six tips to help you enjoy the holiday season while minimizing the negative impact on your mental health:
Try to find gratitude in the things we do have, find creative solutions to our traditions or make new ones, and stay in the moment.
Adapted from Kristin Bower’s Original Article on MyWorkplaceHealth.com
Kristin Bower is a Leadership and Workplace Consultant with MyWorkplaceHealth and an award-winning Diversity and Inclusion expert. With over 20-years of experience, she is an outspoken advocate for a deeper awareness of mental health issues and is committed to helping organizations foster psychologically safe and healthy workplaces.