Your Wellbeing this Christmas

Take Control of your feelings this Christmas

Think about the things that you might find difficult about this time of year.

Are there things you can do that might help you to cope?

Are there things it would be helpful for you to avoid?

Work out what you can and cannot change about things that are troubling you. Writing these down or sharing your concerns with someone you trust can be a helpful step.

With the extra pressure that the festive season can bring, our worries and fears may seem worse at this time of year. It's important to check in on yourself and look after your wellbeing.

The Advent Season is an opportunity for reflection as we prepare our homes and hearts for the festive season. When we endeavour to welcome all that enter our homes with kindness, warmth, companionship and treats.

Click here to check out our range of wellbeing advent activities for the season. 25 days of wellbeing inspiration for you and those around you to make the most of this festive time of the year.

Christmas comes round sooner than you think. Whether it's something you'd prefer to avoid or you enjoy every moment. We've put together a few pointers that will help make Christmas work for you.

From budgets, maintaining healthy habits and making the most of your downtime. We've got it covered.

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No matter how or if you celebrate, it is normal that this time of year can affect your mental health. You may be feeling like you aren't enjoying the things you usually do this time of year. You may be worried about friends and family or other things happening in the world.

You are not alone.

There are all sorts of reasons you might find this time of year difficult and that's OK

Click here to find out how Samaritans can support you this Christmas

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