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How to Stay Safe and Manage Holiday Stress 2020

 

2020 has been an unprecedented time. The pandemic has taken a lot from all of us. Many of us have lost loved ones, jobs, and businesses. We may have seen our own physical and mental health become compromised. We naturally want to be surrounded by the people we love during these stressful and uncertain times, especially during the holiday season.  However, this year we each have to do our part to ensure the safety of our families and friends. I am going to share some COVID-19 holiday season safety tips and coping skills to handle your holiday stress.

 

COVID-19 Holiday Safety Tips:

Handling Holiday Stress

These are some practical safety tips and ways to deal with holiday stress from family gatherings. We are all unique, but making your mental health a priority during the pandemic and holiday season is important. You can always receive up-to-date information about COVID-19 and the best safety practices from your county’s health department.

I hope you and your family have a safe holiday season

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Author
Dr. Ifeanyi Olele Ifeanyi Olele, DO, MBA, MS, is a board-certified psychiatrist who sees adolescent and adult patients in the greater Washington DC metropolitan area at Genesis Psychiatric Solutions. Dr. Olele is a dedicated psychiatrist in the treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma-related stress disorders, and attention deficit disorders. Dr. Ifeanyi Olele is one of the few psychiatrists who utilizes psychotherapy (talk therapy) as part of his treatment plan.

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