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How To Look After Your Mental Health This Christmas

How To Look After Your Mental Health This Christmas

How To Look After Your Mental Health This Christmas

So you thought things couldn’t get any more Black Mirror than they already are? WRONG! Thanks to Boris Christmas has been cancelled for some people, households are no longer allowed to mix and some regions have been told not to travel. This has meant that some people will be alone this Christmas. If you’re one of them and feeling helpless and lonely during the so-called ‘happiest season of all’ that’s okay. Check out our tips for prioritising your mental health this festive season and some amazing organisations you can contact too.

Things to do:

1. Not sure where we would have been this year without Zoom, FaceTime, House Party (RIP) and WhatsApp calls. If you’re alone this Christmas or you’re not able to see your family or friends, keep in touch by video calling the ones you love. It’s not quite the same as being there but reaching out will always make you feel closer.

2. Tune into some nostalgic Christmas TV and enjoy the soothing tones of Harry Potter, The Vicar of Dibley, Strictly Come Dancing and loads more. Forced to watch the Queen’s Speech every year at home? Now you can decide if you wanna tune into what Liz has to say! Nothing makes me feel better than watching some of my family’s fave festive films. I’m talking White Christmas and Shrek! Stick to comedies that will help you get through the day with a smile on your face!

 

3. If you’re no longer able to see your family or you have friends who are stuck on their own or with housemates this year, the most important thing to remember is that there are better times ahead. Don’t get us wrong, it might be hard to remember and you’re totally entitled to feel gutted about your change in Christmas plans but try and keep positive. 2021 is round the corner and is sure to be filled with family parties, sleepovers, silly nights out and loads of other adventures.  

When all is said and done, one thing we need to remember is we will get through this. You’ve got to get through the bad times to fully appreciate the good times and everything that comes with them. Stay positive, check on the people you love and don’t dwell on the past. Look forward to things to come - there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel! 🤍





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