Find compassion with yourself to cope with the holidays, says psychologist


For anyone dealing with an illness, grief or the loss of a loved one, the holidays can be a difficult time to cope, especially with the sights and sounds of happiness and cheer all around them. University of Michigan psychology professor Stephanie Preston suggests people in these situations should step back and focus on caring for themselves.

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