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Holiday Blues - Surviving the Holiday Blues as a Single Parent
Don't spend the day of the holiday alone. Instead, get together with some friends or your extended family. If you enjoy hosting events, invite some friends over for ...
10 Tips for Surviving the Holidays - Bipolar Disorder - About.com
May 29, 2012 ... Most people are afraid to spend the holidays alone, but as opposed to being around people who invalidate you, with everything from ...
How to Cope When You are Alone at Christmas
You are not the only one alone during the holidays. Plan an "Orphan Christmas" for those who have noone to spend the holiday with, or join a group of people in ...
How to Cope When You Are Alone at Thanksgiving
Second, you can find people to spend time with so that you don't feel so lonely. Third, you can spend the holiday making plans so that you will not be alone this ...
How Do I Cope When I am Alone on New Year's Eve?
New Year's Eve can be a tough holiday to spend alone. It is one of those days of the year that most people spend with signficant others, loved ones or friends.
Reduce Holiday Stress During And After Divorce - Divorce Support
Although some people would rather retreat until the holidays are over, if you are recently divorced, it's probably not a good idea to spend the holidays alone.
Loneliness - What It Means to Be Lonely - Friendship - About.com
What can make one person feel loneliness (spending time by themselves, being alone at the holidays) might just sound like heaven to someone else. Therefore ...
Holiday Tips: How Much to Give Your Hairstylist - Beauty - About.com
When it comes to the holidays, who gets a tip and who doesn't can be confusing. ... up to the cost of a service I'd be spending $1000 on holidays tips alone.
Holiday Cheer For The Newly Divorced - Newly Divorced Holiday
Is the only plan you have for the Holiday to sit home alone and cry in your ... Holiday Season, get started thinking about spending the season in a positive way .
Spending Time With Your In-Laws - Marriage - About.com
For many couples, spending holidays or other special life-cycle events with ... etc. , make it difficult for you to visit your in-laws or parents, you are not alone.
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