Edward O'Brien

Edward O’Brien

The holiday season can be joyous, but it can also be stressful. It’s supposed to be a time of fun and excitement, but for many, it’s just busy and overwhelming. As someone who works with individuals who struggle with mental health, I can tell you that this time of year can be especially tough. If you or someone you love struggles with mental health and feels overwhelmed by the looming holiday season, try these tips to minimize triggers so you can preserve the holiday season and safeguard your mental health.

Keep a schedule. Plan ahead.

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