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How To Cope With Holiday Stress & Depression & Colorectal Cancer

Use the holiday as a time to share memories and to make new ones.

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Being with family and friends is a perfect time to recall happy memories. Consider pulling together photographs, videos or souvenirs to start the conversation. Even without them, a simple question could start the ball rolling. For example: "Do you remember when......?"

The holidays are also perfect for creating new memories.  Celebrating whichever holidays hold special meaning in your heart and spending time together with loved ones should be your focus. 

No one knows the future.  Things will inevitably not go as perfectly planned, but what both you and your loved ones will remember most is simply being together.

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