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How To Cope With Holiday Stress & Depression & Colorectal Cancer

Revise holiday activities to fit your current physical and emotional condition and to include people you care about. Don't over extend yourself..

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  • Pace yourself. Build time to rest into your schedule. Feeling exhausted can make you feel stressed. Overbooking yourself will lead to stress.
  • Don't try to do it all. Simplify. Delegate. The people around you are willing to help.
  • Create new traditions and special memories.
  • If you don’t feel up to celebrating, it’s okay to decline invites. Do accept invitations to spend time with people who are important to you. You will find joy in the love and support of family and friends and in creating special memories. 
  • Balance activities with time for yourself.  Don’t overbook yourself which will certainly lead to stress.


  • For tips about dealing with stress, click here.
  • To learn more about who to think of as being on your team, click here.

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