Surviving the Holiday Hangover

Surviving the Holiday Hangover

by Harry Flanagan December 28, 2017

Whether you love the holidays—Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s celebrations—or you tolerate them, the holidays can be draining. How do we recover from being emotionally stressed and drained as we face the New Year?

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Boxed Up

Boxed Up

by Anna Philipsen December 21, 2017

Between working, taking care of a baby, and preparing for the busy holiday season, it was difficult to find the time to sort through this pile of clutter. So, what does an over-committed, over-stressed, twentysomething wife and Mom do?

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The Dangers of the Holiday Season

The Dangers of the Holiday Season

by Nick Stumbo December 14, 2017

During the holidays, routines can quickly fall by the wayside. Groups take a week (or two) off when the meeting day lands on a holiday. Phone calls are harder to make from different service areas. With no looming group meetings to prepare for, homework slips off our radar.

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Holiday Triggers

Holiday Triggers

by Ashley Jameson December 07, 2017 2 Comments

Not only do I battle against the media and a culture that’s saturating my family’s minds with what our holiday is supposed to look like, but there are deep hurts and generational curses that thread through our family. As soon as October hits, so does my anxiety about the impending holiday season.

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