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How To Cope With Holiday Stress & Depression & Colorectal Cancer

Prioritize your activities.

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Make a list of what you want to get done and prioritize the list.  Set a realistic time table.  Realize it doesn’t all have to get done.  Plus, as you cross things off your list, you’ll have a greater sense of accomplishment. (For help creating the list, we provide a Prioritizer. Add "to do" items as you think of them. Prioritize each item. With the click of a button, your list changes to  your priority. You can change priorities just as easily over time.)

Let others help you.  When people know specifically how they can help, they feel more comfortable.  Prioritize and delegate. You or a frirend can set up a schedule of the tasks that need to be done and the people who will do them. There are web sites that make this easy to do. For example, offsite link

Many people’s holiday stress seems to come from trying to juggle too many activities. Use discretion and do what you can based on your physical and emotional ability. 


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