Let’s be real. It’s not all milk and cookies for everyone this time of year.
For many people, holiday depression and anxiety can make the regular tasks of daily life a struggle. At the end of the year, the added pressure to make merry brings a whole new level of challenge. Jingle-bells and mistletoe can make for rotten icing on the fruit cake of negative emotion. But, it doesn’t have to be so bad. In fact, we know that it can be better. That’s what we do.
Click here to download the free eBook:
When Holidays are Hell: A Year-End Survival Guide
for Dealing with Depression
This little eBook is our gift to the often misunderstood community of Grinches, Scrooges and Humbugs. We get you. We understand the struggle. And we hope to help you find a few moments of peace this year. Whether you celebrate Hanukah, Kwanzaa, Christmas or nothing at all – the whirl and swirl of the holiday season doesn’t have to bring you down. And if it does, you don’t have to stay down.
Read this guide and give it a chance. We’re not promising that it will change everything. Holiday depression is a big deal. And we don’t make promises like that. But the words and wisdom here might help make December and January just a bit more bright.
Worst case scenario, you sat down for 30 minutes and enjoyed the quiet. And at the very least, you know you’re not alone. Millions of people the world over do not look forward to the holidays. We’re here doing our part to help people in Austin feel better and to find meaning and purpose –even on the days when you may be feeling deep blue.
Love and Peace,
Your Lifeologie Austin Team