For many folks, the biggest source of stress can come from family. The dinner, traditions and all the hoopla surrounding holiday events can be overwhelming!
I experienced this myself, many times in the past.
Here are some tips to try and minimize holiday anxiety and panic attacks:
- Lower your expectations, things do not have to be perfect.
- Focus on being helpful to others, rather than focusing on yourself.
- Avoid overindulging in food or alcohol, that will only make things worse.
- If there are certain traditions that bring a high level of stress, suggest starting a new tradition.
- Don’t overextend yourself. If there are multiple events planned, it is ok to say no and avoid over committing.
- It is ok to arrive late and leave early, just showing up is what matters most.
If you’re terrified of the mere thought of the upcoming holiday season, know that avoiding things altogether will not solve your anxiety and panic attacks. Giving in to anxiety only extends the suffering and makes things worse.
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Best wishes for a very low stress and anxiety free holiday season!