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Holidays (ALL of them, birthdays, anniversaries, religious holidays, valentine's day, etc.) can be a wonderful time of traditions and togetherness, increased expressions of love and gratitude, service, and charitable giving. However, the additional social events, and expectations of the holidays, including gift giving, can create stress, anxiety and increase depression. Some of this increased stress and depression has been linked with financial stress (Renter, 2015). Here are three helpful tips for avoiding financial stress during holidays.
Renter, E. (2015) The dark link between financial stress and depression. Retreieved: https://health.usnews.com/health-news/health-wellness/articles/2015/02/25/the-dark-link-between-financial-stress-and-depression
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