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Holiday Stress

Many people love every single thing about the holiday season. They love the beautiful and creative decorations, the yummy multiple course meals, the lively Christmas carols and especially spending time with their families. They love all the holiday office parties, the gift-giving, and the partying on New Year’s Eve. Yet other people don’t like the holiday season at all. This can happen for a number of reasons. First of all, a person may have lost a loved one and the holidays ...

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Many people love every single thing about the holiday season. They love the beautiful and creative decorations, the yummy multiple course meals, the lively Christmas carols and especially spending time with their families. They love all the holiday office parties, the gift-giving, and the partying on New Year’s Eve. Yet other people don’t like the holiday season at all. This can happen for a number of reasons. First of all, a person may have lost a loved one and the holidays just aren’t the same without that person. This is especially true if the loved one died during the actual holidays, which makes things even more difficult t to deal with. The person may become reclusive around the holidays, and refuse to be around anyone if they don’t absolutely have to.

Another major reason why some people dread the holidays is because of the stress. It’s a change from their normal routine, and that alone can cause some people to experience increased amounts of stress. Another thing that causes people to become stressed-out during the holiday season is the pressure to go out and buy all these lavish gifts for everyone. They may be experiencing a financial hardship, or just simply not have the extra money to go out buying people presents. Besides, some people feel that the holidays, especially Christmas, has been blown totally out of proportion. This is a special day to celebrate the birth of Christ, so why do so many people go into debt just to be able to show-off by handing out expensive presents?

Some people may love everything about Christmas and the holiday season except the stress and pressure of preparing elaborate meals for large crowds of people. They may traditionally host Christmas or Thanksgiving dinner at their house, and it may really be difficult for them to organize, shop and prepare everything. And for others, the actual shopping for presents may cause a great amount of stress. They may dread going out into crowds, driving in traffic and standing in seemingly endless lines at various stores. For these individuals, there’s hope. They don’t have to get out in crowded shopping malls and stores unless they just absolutely want to. The internet has become a convenient and hassle-free way for many to complete all of their shopping. One particularly wonderful site is: http://www.simplybestcoupons.com. There are coupons available to help you save money for just about anything that you could want to buy. So, the next time you need to go shopping, don’t forget about these handy site.

 

Holiday Stress Cure - Holiday Sex!

The ultimate stress reliever is free and probably already in your house or a phone call away!

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I don't know if it's because I'm getting older or this world is getting more and more materialistic - but Christmas is really becoming an overwhelming holiday for many people, especially women - and not just mothers.

Everyone has this idealistic fantasy of what a good holiday celebration should consist of: Good food. Presents. Family. Gatherings. Decorations. Christmas lights. Concerts. School plays. The list goes on and on.

Everyone is under some sort of pressure to perform - and if you aren't - then you are under some sort of pressure to appear at someone else's celebration - or you feel like the only person in the world who has no one during the holiday season to celebrate with.

Wherever you fit in, don't forget to have sex!

If you have someone readily available to have it with - then have it. Because as I write articles on stress relievers and blues busters...the one <B>tried and true method</b> for all over stress relief is a good dose of healthy and consensual sex!

Don't let the holidays ruin your sex life ladies. Instead - have fun with it.

Quick tips...

<b>1. Have sex before a night of last minute holiday shopping!

2. Stay in, have sex, and then shop online for everything.

3. Park in front of a decorated house or local xmas tree - and smooch.

4. If your family starts arguing during dinner, take your partner in the guest room!</b>

 

Holiday Stress Relief - Ebenezer Scrooge Found The Secret

Holiday stress is as much a part of the Christmas season today as shopping, and we search for the secret to stress-free holidays as frantically as we hunt for shopping bargains. So why not look to the character most often credited with changing his own experience of Christmas--Ebenezer Scrooge?

Scrooge had so many Christmas issues to overcome, it took nighttime visits from three spirits before he got the message about how to celebrate the holiday. But he learned his lesson...

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Holiday stress is as much a part of the Christmas season today as shopping, and we search for the secret to stress-free holidays as frantically as we hunt for shopping bargains. So why not look to the character most often credited with changing his own experience of Christmas--Ebenezer Scrooge?

Scrooge had so many Christmas issues to overcome, it took nighttime visits from three spirits before he got the message about how to celebrate the holiday. But he learned his lesson well. After that night, Scrooge was a changed man when it came to Christmas. In Dickens' words, "… it was always said of him, that he knew how to keep Christmas well, if any man alive possessed the knowledge. May that be truly said of us, and all of us!"

"I wonder if that can be said of me. Can it be said of you?" I asked my friend.

"Who knows what that even means, keeping Christmas well. Scrooge lived in a much simpler time. All he did was send a big turkey to Bob Cratchit's family, play games at his nephew's house, and raise Cratchit's wages and help him with some medical bills." My friend sounded exasperated. "Today we have excessive commercialism, too many parties, fattening food everywhere while we're continually warned about being overweight, long lines to get the special toy our kids can't live without, and hundreds of articles about holiday stress. Scrooge might find Christmas more of a challenge in 2006 than he did in the 1840s."

"What do you think he'd make of all the tips on how to avoid holiday stress?" I mused. "You know—don't try to do it all, skip the parties you don't want to go to, make lists before you shop and cut back on spending, don't eat too much, don't drink too much, don't expect too much, exercise, take relaxation breaks—stuff like that."

"He'd call it humbug," my friend replied. "But, like I said, he lived in a simpler time. Plus he was rich, so once he decided to be generous he could give as much as he wanted without worrying about paying off credit card bills for months like most of us today. And he was starting from nowhere, so people were thrilled with whatever he did. It's not like they were comparing his gifts to the ones he gave last year or the ones his brother gave. I don't get where you're going with this."

"I'm wondering whether we're off on the wrong path with all the tips to banish holiday stress," I said. "Every year more articles come out. I did a Google search on reducing holiday stress the other day and got over 78,000 hits. All the experts say we're overwhelmed and they offer advice, but it doesn't look like it's working. Maybe we need to find a new approach."

"I can't believe you're saying this," my friend said. "You've been teaching stress-management for over 20 years, and now you're saying it doesn't work?"

"Oh it works for your life overall if you regularly use techniques like meditation, yoga, physical exercise, deep muscle relaxation, and time-management," I said. "But those are long-term. We're talking about the Christmas season here. It's only a few weeks long. Realistically most people aren't going to start some new technique like meditation in the middle of the Christmas season when they're already complaining that they don't have enough time. And little hints like setting priorities and taking time for yourself are way too general to have much impact."

"So we're all doomed to live with Christmas stress unless we can time travel back to Scrooge's day when life was simple? Not a very helpful conclusion," my friend said.

"No, not doomed," I said. "Just misguided. Instead of reading through endless lists of ways to reduce Christmas stress, maybe we should take a lesson from Scrooge's experience and focus on keeping Christmas well. Just step back, look around and enjoy what is out there. Look--here's how Dickens describes what Scrooge did on that Christmas day after the spirits had visited him."

He went to church, and walked about the streets, and watched the people hurrying to and fro, and patted children on the head, and questioned beggars, and looked down into the kitchens of houses, and up to the windows, and found that everything could yield him pleasure. He had never dreamed that any walk -- that anything -- could give him so much happiness.

"You're way oversimplifying the issue," my friend argued. "I'm reminding you again that we live in a more complex time. We can't just go wandering around patting unknown children on the head and peering into other people's kitchen windows. And even if we did, I don't think we'd find it nearly as satisfying as he did."

"Duh! It's a metaphor," I responded. "Expand your awareness. Live in the moment. Enjoy the small daily pleasures. Be a good person. Help someone out. Maybe that's enough. Christmas is a holiday. It's supposed to be a happy time, not an endurance test. So let yourself enjoy Christmas with whatever you have, whoever you're with, wherever you are. Maybe it's that simple."

Copyright © Lynn Osterkamp, 2006.




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