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Needless to say, a lot has happened this year. The pandemic, emphatic calls for social justice reform, and more recently, the election. Combine this with the impending stress of the holidays, and it’s all really enough to take a toll on anyone’s mental health.
And while the holiday season is no doubt a time for celebrating and reuniting with loved ones, it can also be a time for anxiety and loneliness for others. Adding to that, mental illness continues to be a common problem in the U.S. For example, anxiety disorders affect some 40 million Americans, and nearly five percent of adults 18 and over struggle with depression.
Although taking care of mental health is an on-going process for many…