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 Beating the Holiday Blues, using rational ideas
Posted: Dec 18 2007, 06:59 PM

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              News From the Friends of Dr. Albert Ellis

Beating the Holiday Blues and Depression by Dr. Bill Knaus

For many people, the holidays are the happiest time of the year.  But for some, this season is a nightmare. Alcoholic outbursts, family squabbles, shopping rages, disappointments, mid- winter depressions, and sense of isolation stand in a stark contrast to an illusion of the wonders of the holiday season. Does describing this darker side to the holidays sound like a plot of the Grinch that Stole Christmas? Not if by recognizing the Grinch you can get the beast out of the holiday picture.  Dr. Bill Knaus shares rational tips for beating the the blues: 


Debbie Joffe Ellis interviewed by David McMillian on Strategies for Living[/b]

To listen to the interview, click on:  http://www.strategiesforliving.com/showuse...=playnow&gid2=0

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Friend and Supporter of Albert Ellis and Debbie Joffe Ellis

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