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One more strategy to reduce stress this holiday season…When it comes to buying gifts, if you’re not genuinely happy about buying gifts for certain people, then simply don’t. Buying a gift out of a sense of obligation defeats the purpose anyway, right?! Give yourself permission to be authentic with your choices.*Or, if you want to change your extended family’s current practice of exchanging gifts, talk with them and explore other options you can agree upon.*A few years ago, my siblings and I agreed to no longer exchange gifts with each other (like we had been for years), but continued buying gifts for our parents and the children in the family. This ended up working out much better for everybody and made the season more enjoyable.
Only Say Yes When You Mean It*Another strategy to lighten your load this holiday season is to commit only to the things that you really want to do. For example, you may receive invitations to several different parties, but you don’t have to say yes to all of them.*You have every right to say yes to the ones that sound fun, and no to the ones that don’t. If someone judges you for saying no, that’s their choice. You do not have to take this personally or be bothered by it…and neither do they!
If you're feeling hopeless, lonely or disconnected in your romantic relationship, and would like to find a way to feel less pain, less frustration, and more peace as you move through the holiday season (and beyond), talking to someone outside of your circle who has experience in helping women get what they want in relationships can be extremely helpful. *Having an objective person who listens to you and what's going on in your relationship, and offers insights to help you feel more empowered, heard and understood can be a catalyst for transformation in you and in your relationship. *If you're interested in feeling peace instead of pain, clarity instead of confusion, and empowered instead of empty, send an email to me through the link in my bio, and I'll send information regarding a 30-minute or 45-minute one-on-one coaching session via telephone. *You don't have to face these feelings alone or without support. And please remember that you and the quality of your life matter! I look forward to connecting with you soon and supporting you however I can.
During the holiday season and family get-togethers, it's common for old patterns of dysfunction and/or frustration to get triggered. And we often run into difficulties when we take things personally or feel a need to defend our point of view. *By choosing to remember that, underneath it all, we all have the same essential needs, we have an opportunity to practice compassion instead of judgement…for ourselves and others.
Using the power of reminders we talked about yesterday, remember…*Even in difficult situations – such as your partner or not so favorite relative saying or doing something that feels thoughtless – you can take a deep breath and remind yourself that you have the power to choose harmony over conflict. To release the need to disagree and the stress that comes with that discord. *If peace is a priority for you this holiday season, use the power of your choice to support that priority. And choose a time other than the moment of conflict to communicate more effectively.
Knowing that the holidays may bring some unwanted and unnecessary stress, why not set yourself up to move from stressed to blessed by using the power of reminders.*You know how you set up reminders for day-to-day priorities that need your attention? Whether they come in the form of a to-do list, a timer for something that needs to come out of the oven, or an appointment in your calendar, these reminders help you stay on track with priorities that you might otherwise forget.*So, for the holiday season, perhaps a priority to remind yourself about is the reason for this season. Celebrating life and connecting with loved ones can be a beautiful experience if you so choose, but can easily be forgotten if not considered a priority to give attention to. *What's a priority that you can remind yourself about that won't include any sense of obligation? A priority that will bring a sense of peace rather than stress. Please share in the comments.
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Are you feeling what I’m feeling? Like this year is quickly coming to a close, and the hustle and bustle of yet another holiday season is already upon us?!*Whatever your personal beliefs are about this holiday season, most people agree that the overall intention is to celebrate life, connect with loved ones, and possibly exchange gifts.*As uplifting as all of this sounds, most people also agree that this particular holiday season comes with a lot of unnecessary stress from so many commitments and obligations, which can easily get in the way of our enjoyment.*In a society where over-commitment and over-buying are the norm, it’s way too easy to find yourself stressed out and exhausted, and feeling like you have no choice.*And if you’re currently struggling with your romantic partner and/or family members with whom you’ll be celebrating, that just seems to add another layer of pressure! *But the good news is, there are some simple and practical ways to reduce that stress, and actually enjoy the blessings this season offers. If you’d like to shift your experience from holiday stress to feeling blessed, go here to read my latest blog: http://bit.ly/FromStressedToBlessed