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Christmas blue: how to overcome holiday sadness

Christmas blue: how to overcome holiday sadness

Christmas blue, the phenomenon that makes you feel sad and melancholic: some people feel it during Christmas holidays!

Not everyone is happy during the holidays, especially, people who live Christmas blues. This phenomenon does not let feel the Christmas magic and generates sadness and melancholy. Many people are called the Grinch, but we need to understand that not everyone is happy when the holidays arrive.

There are many who fail to feel the Christmas spirit, for their life events or for personal motives. This is a real phenomenon that difficult to deal with. Here we explain how it works and how to overcome it.

Christmas blue: the Christmas depression that affects many people!

People who suffer from this discomfort feel inadequate. They also feel a sense of sadness, depression, stress, nostalgia for the past, discouragement, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, physical and mental.

Moreover, they want to stay away from everything that has to do with the holidays and with Christmas decorations, such as Christmas trees, balls, colored lights and gifts. December is always a very difficult month for those who suffer from this disorder.

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The Christmas blue shows that we do not have to feel happy when everyone else is. Christmas brings joy and unites families. For many, this is difficult, since some families have complicated relationships or you miss your beloved ones who are no longer with you. Some factors can lead to actual anxiety attacks.

In order to deal with this melancholy, you can travel away from the holidays, perhaps by choosing a tropical destination. In this way, you can relax and stay away from decorations, relatives and unwanted gifts to make.

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