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We are programmed from an early age to be joyous during the holidays. We are bombarded by messages touting the magic of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and others as the season being “the most wonderful time of the year.” Movies always end happily with characters discovering the true meaning of the season and we all feel compelled to be sitting before a roaring fire, sipping egg nog with beaming smiles on our faces. Sound familiar? This hype and some physical responses to stress (some of it self-inflicted) gets many of us seasonally depressed.

While there are not a lot of hard facts about the numbers of people affected by holiday depression, the National Center for Health Statistics indicates a 15 percent increase in the number of individuals seeking help for emotional disorders during the month of December.

Holiday depression can be caused by a number of factors, including unrealistic expectations, financial pressures and over-commitment. For those without friends, family or support system, the holidays can bring about sadness, self-reflection, loneliness and anxiety.

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