As much as we look forward to the holidays, they can be a really stressful time to navigate. Whether we’re meeting with family virtually or in person, it can be hard to maintain our connection to inner peace and wisdom, especially when we’re under pressure.
Do you tend to struggle with boundaries and guilt, and have trouble saying “no”?
Do you know what to do when your buttons get pressed or you’re put on the spot? (As often happens when old family dynamics surface.)
Are you dreading spending the holidays on your own?
Would you like to know the best way to “be there” for someone who is dealing with significant emotional pain? Maybe you’d appreciate some tips for navigating pain of your own.
Do you have a pattern of getting tired and overwhelmed? Would like some advice on how to take care of yourself?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, I’d like to gift you with my best holiday tips and tools. My free eBook, “Navigating the Holidays – A Wise Woman’s Guide,” includes 23 pages filled with practical advice for handling stressful situations typical of the holiday season.
You don’t have to sign up for anything – just click on the image below to download my free holiday guide.
I keep a copy of this book on my coffee table during the holidays. It’s a great reminder to take responsibility for my contribution to a happy holiday season. I hope you find my tips helpful in navigating holiday stress so you truly embrace the spirit of the season, whatever that is for you.
I also have some holiday-related posts from previous years you may find useful: Holiday Survival Guide 101 and Three Tips for Navigating Family Dynamics during the holidays.
Whatever you wind up doing (or not doing) this year, I hope you have a meaningful and fulfilling holiday season.
Take good care : )
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