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http://fabulously40.com/images/nonono.gifThe holidays are often a bittersweet time of year. Amid all of the parties, family gatherings, and general joyousness, there can be some strong feelings of loneliness, financial stress, and annoyance. For the menopausal women, you may experience triple the annoyance when you're the only one having a hot flash while standing in freezing cold weather.

Here are seven suggestions on ways to beat the holiday blues and get more joy out of the holiday season:


  1. Reduce your stress! Don't bog yourself down with giant to-do lists. Take a critical look at your holiday planning list. Are you expecting too much out of yourself? Be more realistic, pair it down!

  2. Chill out. Try [Link Removed], volunteering may be good for the body and the mind.



If you think you may be dealing with depression, and not just a case of holiday blues, then be sure to reach out and get help.


This season, get more joy out of the holidays!


Wishing you the happiest, merriest, and healthiest holiday ever!


Remember: Suffering in silence is OUT! Reaching out in IN!


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