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Monthly Newsletter

November 2022 

 

'Tis The Season

The holiday season is rapidly approaching. And while it's a magical time of year for most, it's not so magical for many. There are many reasons why the holidays trigger anxiety, stress, and depression. I know the holidays have caused me to struggle with my health mentally and physically, much of it due to invisible illness and childlessness. And just in case you find that you also struggle during this time of year, I wanted to share a little encouragement that can help you navigate this season. Have a happy holiday season and happy new year. See you in 2023!

xoxo,
Kat H. 

Holiday Rituals for Childless Couples

Being childless during the holidays was an awkward and uncomfortable time of the year for me. I used to feel as though I didn’t have a right to celebrate because I didn’t have kids and the holidays are all about kids.  Continue Reading

Managing Bipolar During the Holidays

Managing bipolar during the holidays is a struggle. And several common traditions, such as seasonal changes, routine disruptions, stress and anxiety, and holiday celebrations, are considered bipolar relapse triggers. They are my top triggers and make the holidays a bit tricky for me to navigate. Continue Reading

Controlling High Blood Pressure 

Undoubtedly, managing high blood pressure can be a major struggle. Significant changes are made to nutrition and lifestyle habits. However, the holiday season brings its own unique issues when working to manage your high blood pressure. Continue Reading

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