Carrie Stone | November 29, 2020
Stress around the holidays, including the loss of a loved one, shared child custody schedules and financial worries can be overwhelming any year, but 2020 is not any year. This time there are added (major) stressors, including pandemic fears that will keep us apart from some loved ones, as well as national issues like racial unrest and a polarizing presidential election.
If this article is bringing you down, keep reading. There’s good news.
There are benefits to what we call negative emotions. Stress, anxiety, sadness and fear are part of living a life of meaning, according to Adam Dell, a clinical psychologist at the Notre Dame Wellness Center.
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