Posts Tagged ‘depression’

The Holiday Season is a stressful time. Many people spend more money than they have, eat much more than their bodies need, and are overwhelmed with all the expectations and demands that come at this time of year. Over-indulgences lead to debt, excessive weight and regretful actions, and then we pay the price for the first half of the New Year! Can you relate?

It is possible to enjoy the holidays without sacrificing your health and wellness!  This is the time for family and celebration, but you don’t have to lose a sense of yourself! While depression and stress often accompany the holidays, you can again thrive and enjoy this important time of year.   Please check out my article at Examiner.com, http://www.examiner.com/x-30076-Boulder-Wellness-Examiner~y2009m11d20-Ten-Tips-for-a-Healthy-Holiday-Season, for the top tips to have your best holiday yet! For additional healthy holiday tips, see WebMD, http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holidays-8/default.htm

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Do you ever have one of those days, or maybe weeks, where things just aren’t going as you want, or they should? Often you wonder, what in the world is going on, what can’t I make this work, what’s wroing with me? Or some version like this. I know what you are going through. Even being a highly evolved (strokes of laughter) wellness coach, you would expect that I would have it all figured out. Well, news brief, I don’t. Frustrating as it all is, I work just as hard as the next being trying to evolve in keeping it going, keeping positive, or not giving up. It ain’t easy (you ought to be shaking your head in agreement). But, when I think I am going to, I don’t. Not yet, not this time. Frustrating as it all is, I will keep working on it, though it may seem stupid. This is my commitment, what I said I wanted to do. Failure only happens when I give up, not when it gets tough and ugly. So I haven’t failed yet. And I can still explore other avenues. Got to, cuz I ain’t giving up…..

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