Thanksgiving and the holiday season can be stressful when you bring family and friends together who don’t usually see each other often. Differing view on politics, mask wearing, and family dynamics can create tension.
OhioGuidestone therapists recently shared some ways to cut the tension, and enjoy the festivities.
The holiday season can be a time filled with lots of family gatherings, joy and laughter. But this year, due to COVID-19, the holidays will be much different. That can be a trigger for people dealing with mental health illness or substance use disorders.
Director of Community Counseling Tiffany Banks recently appeared on the “Cribbs in the CLE” show on WOIO, offering some advice to weather the months ahead.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the state, many holiday gatherings will be smaller or non-existent this year. This can be especially troubling for people struggling with mental health, addiction, or substance use disorders.
Regional Director Wendy BeMiller explains how you can cope during these difficult times.
Click to watch Wendy’s appearance on Good Day Columbus on WTTE FOX 28.
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