Who feels the pressure to look and play the part of happy chappy because it’s Christmas time? In reality, you are probably thinking I am so tired and just don’t want to be here, sharing this moment with someone who isn’t good for me.
Christmas can often be a triggering time for so many people. From a comical stand point, the old image from one of the Bridget Jones’ films rocking up to her parents annual Boxing day party and being questioned countless times as to whether she has a boyfriend always comes to mind.
Christmas is traditionally a time where we see people we haven’t seen for a year or people we quite frankly feel obliged to see. We try to do the ‘right thing’ when in reality we can often be feeling pretty miserable but equally guilty that these thoughts are going through our head. With so many people out there who are on their own over the festive period, how can we be so selfish to want to avoid certain people?
Well, you still have the right to look after yourself, even if your great aunt Sue has asked you for the 10th time why you haven’t bought your first house and settled down yet?
How can you look over yourself over the festive period:
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