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Self-Care During the Holidays

There can be a misconception during the holidays of what our social lives are supposed to look like.  Parties to throw, gatherings to attend, gifts to purchase and wrap–the trouble with the long holiday season is the sense of burnout. Burnout can lead to overwhelming anxiety and gloomy depression.

Taking time for ourselves this holiday season can help us recharge our batteries for a less stressful and more enjoyable holiday season.

In this video, I’ll discuss the steps you can take and suggestions you may want to try–from expressing ways others can serve you to unplugging from social media and reflecting.


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Sarah Skillman is currently a double major in Psychology and Addictions Counseling at Indiana Wesleyan University. She is finding freedom from self-injury, depression and an eating disorder. In her spare time she enjoys drinking coffee with others, listening to music and creating some of her own!


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