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Managing Depression

The holiday season beginning in many countries as in (Puerto Rico) just before Thanksgiving and ending with Three Kings Day is a time when most people feel great and small, eager to share what with, participate in parties and family gatherings, purchasing and receiving gifts. On the other hand a part of the population experiences feelings: loneliness, anxiety, sadness or depression and anxiety. One of my patients, Linda told me a few days ago that every time the Christmas season is about experiencing feelings of anxiety and extreme sadness. a The sad memories of my parents, knowing that I have not got my hand, my ex-husband, the love of my life, though the going at this time with him. Official site: Paula Trickey. The hours are eternal sitting on the couch, my desire to be within the four walls of my cases larger than visit my family as described above symptoms can signal a stationary Depression (Holiday Blues). There are multiple causes for this condition, ranging from economic constraints to give to others, family stress (because everyone has different plans), even the memory of the loss of a loved one. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) as well as many experts in the world show a safe route to depression stationary (DE) is to have unrealistic expectations about how Christmas should be, many times people are left longing for memories of the past or waiting for Christmas to be perfect and this increases the feeling of melancholy. We all know that life is not always as we want, but sometimes we forget what we have giving more importance to what we need.