– A Survival Guide for Women
While everyone is out searching for the holiday joy, women are often wanting answers on how to survive the holidays. For years, there are studies and reports that tell us that women experience heightened stress during the holiday season. From balancing finances to gift-giving, the majority of women under 50 years old experience chaos and anxiety, trying to find time for the extras on the to-do list, while keeping up with the same ol’ same ol’.
Instead of letting the joy seep away and the stress rule your world, many studies and groups have created lists or resources that can benefit women, or anyone who finds the holiday season especially stressful.
Don’t let the stress build up and take away the joy! Find a way to survive the holidays!!
We created a list of information, resources, outreach, and other tips that you or a loved one may find helpful to reference or organizations to reach out to.
- Holiday Survival Guide for Women Veterans
- 4 Ways Women Can Manage Holiday Stress
- How Women Can Reduce Holiday Stress (with great references!)
- Retirees Spending Beyond Their Means: How to Save When Already Retired
- Helpful Advice for Handling Holiday Stress
- Veterans/Military & Addiction Assistance
- Feeling Down? There is Hope for Depression
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