The holidays are a source of stress for millions of Americans each year. All too often, the joy and good will of Christmas turns into depression and anxiety as individuals worry about the ability to buy expensive presents and host family and friends at their home.
The period between Christmas and New Years is often stressful. While some studies show that psychiatric visits and suicide rates don't rise in December, the popular perception of the "holiday blues" can still affect those who are already feeling low.
It's easy to worry more about your finances than your health. Many say they are handling their stress well. Yet, people report more physical and em...
In the science of happiness, two psychologists have emerged with the most definitive research to date that gratitude can play a significant role in...
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