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Take care of your mental health during the end of year festivities

In general, the end-of-year festivities mean for most people time to have a good time, happiness and coexistence. However, this time can be emotionally challenging for people experiencing depression or anxiety. For this reason, if you are one of those people who is currently experiencing sadness, hopelessness, anxiety and panic attacks, here we share some recommendations for this end of the year:

Avoid over-demanding or judging yourself too much: it may be that because it is the last month of the year, you start to remember and analyze everything you did in previous months and feel that you did not do everything you set out to do or that you did not take advantage of the time. Don't be so hard on yourself. Instead of focusing on everything you didn't do, you can take note of those things you did that made you feel better and grow as a person.

Take care of your health: generally both at Christmas and New Year's there is a tendency to eat more food and/or alcoholic beverages than usual. Try to eat healthy and avoid excessive alcohol consumption, as diet and substance use can alter your brain chemistry and consequently how you will feel.

Set realistic goals: As it is the last few days of the year, you may want to set new goals for the next one. Take into account both your capabilities and those skills that you still have to improve. You can achieve your goals based on the Smart method (which by its acronym means intelligent goals), goals that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and temporary.

For example: if you want to learn English:

  • Specific: you can define learn basic level if you have no prior knowledge.
  • Measurable: learn a basic vocabulary of 200 words.
  • Achievable: studying two hours a week on your own or paying for an academy.
  • Relevant: This skill may help you grow in your job.
  • Temporary: study over a period of six months.

Explore what works for you in those moments: if you don't feel comfortable or comfortable with other people, you can find your space alone, and if you think you want to talk to someone about how you are feeling, you can find people to talk to who are like you. your confidence. Note: Remember that you can seek professional support if you feel that you cannot control your emotions.


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